Charles L. Quarles





Charles L. Quarles


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Charles L. Quarles is the Dean of the Louisiana College Caskey School of Divinity, Vice President for Integration of Faith and Learning and the William Peterson Carter Sr. Research Professor of New Testament and Greek at Louisiana College. He has published scholarly articles in such journals as New Testament Studies, Novum Testamentum, Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus, Bulletin for Biblical Research, Catholic Biblical Quarterly and many others.

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“After nineteen hundred years the Sermon on the Mount still haunts men. They may praise it, as Mahatma Gandhi did; or like Nietzsche, they may curse it. They cannot ignore it. Its words are winged words, quick and powerful to rebuke, to challenge, to inspire. And though some turn from it in despair, it continues, like some mighty magnetic mountain, to attract to itself the greatest spirits of our race (many not Christians), so that if some world-wide vote were taken, there is little doubt that men would account it “the most searching and powerful utterance we possess on what concerns the moral life.”2”
Charles L. Quarles, Sermon On The Mount: Restoring Christ's Message to the Modern Church

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