In my World Religions class, we've been reading a great book called "Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography - A Startling Account of What We Can Know About the Life of Jesus." It's a book that focuses on Jesus as a historical figure and what we can truly know about him and his teachings. Surprisingly, there are a great number of things that everyday Christians do not carry on about his teachings. My professor insists that most Christians know less about their religion than atheists and it seems to be true. That in itself is rather sad. Has anyone else read this book or heard of it? Crossan does a great job of giving us some solid information gathered from leading archeaologists, historians, and anthropologists. It's a great read for anyone interested in the subject matter.