Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet on I Judge No One: "Dusenbury concludes by stating that the religion of love that breaks into the world with Jesus does not imply a denial of all forms of political logic, but that it reminds us that 'our deepest longing lies beyond the political'. This, if nothing else, makes Dusenbury's… Continue reading “I Judge No One” in Svenska Dagbladet
Author: David Lloyd Dusenbury
“I Judge No One” in Church Times
"An immensely erudite essay on the place of Jesus in the history of ideas." - I am immensely grateful for Peter Selby's new review of I Judge No One. He describes, at least, the book I hoped to write. Read here.
Nemesius of Emesa in the Review of Biblical Literature
I am very pleased to see C. L. de Wet's write-up of Nemesius of Emesa on Human Nature in the Review of Biblical Literature: "A splendid, fresh, & creative analysis that challenges us to think differently, often imaginatively, about what we consider to be medical philosophical discourse & its function in late antiquity."
“The Innocence of Pontius Pilate” in Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus
An intriguing new article in Brill's Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus develops many of the themes in my recent book: "Pilate Delivered Jesus to Them: Mark 15.15 in Ancient Versions and in Anti-Jewish Narratives". Read here.
“The Innocence of Pontius Pilate” in Telos journal
Very pleased to see that New York's iconic Telos journal has published a review essay on The Innocence of Pontius Pilate. "A profound reflection on the differentiation of secular & religious authority." Précis here.
“I Judge No One” in First Things
"In his recent 'political life of Jesus', David Lloyd Dusenbury makes the arresting claim that Jesus was what we’d call a political realist. Though he didn’t mount a Zealot rebellion, though he urged his followers to pay Caesar’s taxes, Jesus wasn’t apolitical." Very pleased to see Peter Leithart's reflection on I Judge No One in… Continue reading “I Judge No One” in First Things
“The Innocence of Pontius Pilate” in The European Conservative
"We really can’t imagine the world without a drama that unfolded between Jesus & Pilate. This book just begins to explore some of the ripple effects of that drama." See my conversation in The European Conservative with Tamás Orbán (no relation to the Hungarian PM), here.
“I Judge No One” in Morning Star
Morning Star: The People's Daily on I Judge No One: "Dusenbury, like Spinoza, Nietzsche & Kant, considers Jesus to have been an ethical revolutionary. The author's breadth & depth of scholarly research is impressive." Read here.
Paperback edition of “The Innocence of Pontius Pilate” (Nov. 2023)
The new Hurst catalogue is out (note a rosary on the rather cool cover), featuring many eye-catching titles & announcing a paperback edition of The Innocence of Pontius Pilate. Out in November.
“I Judge No One” in Tertio
Very pleased to see that I Judge No One has a page in the current issue of the Belgian weekly, Tertio.