“I Judge No One” at the Danube Institute, Budapest

I am very much looking forward to next week's launch of my newest book, I Judge No One, at the Lónyay-Hatvany Villa in Budapest. Featuring an introduction by the Danube Institute president, John O'Sullivan, & a conversation with Prof. György László Geréby of Central European University & Prof. David Martin Jones of the Danube Institute… Continue reading “I Judge No One” at the Danube Institute, Budapest

“I Judge No One” at the Eötvös József Research Centre (Ludovika)

Very pleased to be joining Ferenc Hörcher & the Eötvös József Research Centre at the Ludovika tomorrow for a brief lecture & conversation on "A New (& Old) Reading of the Political Death of Jesus". What is H. S. Reimarus's theory of it, & why do I side with Immanuel Kant against him? (Reimarus is… Continue reading “I Judge No One” at the Eötvös József Research Centre (Ludovika)

“I Judge No One” reviewed in The Spectator

I am thrilled to read Nick Spencer's crisp, nuanced review of I Judge No One in the pages of Europe's oldest magazine: "Jesus is ‘a philosophically intriguing’ figure, & ... much bigger than a ‘mere’ revolutionary." &: "Dusenbury is as happy circling Spinoza, Kant & Nietzsche as Josephus, Celsus & the gospels. He is aware… Continue reading “I Judge No One” reviewed in The Spectator