"A Major Transition in Johannie Scholarship is widely acknowledged..." Bauckham Testimony of the beloved Disciple, 9 fn1.
Last fall (around Sept 20,2019) Brad Bowen (secular outpost) and I had a sort of debate over his take on the swoon theory of resurrection. He asserts with no evidence that Jesus did not die on the cross but merely swooned,revived latter in the tomb and somehow got out. Thus the empty tomb is accounted for without miracles. I think I on rather handily. The reader be the Judge: Here. Now he comes back on it, things are rather slow at the old sec outpost. His big iue is I quoted a gy named Zarely. This is a major sin he doesn't have credentials. Of course that erases all the quotes I use by people who do have credentials.
It is VERY CLEAR from the above quotations that a key issue between Hinman and me is this:
The problem here, however, is that Hinman’s view that a significant portion of NT scholars have shifted from the view that the 4th Gospel is historically UNRELIABLE to the view that the 4th Gospel is historically RELIABLE is a FANTASY, the result of WISHFUL THINKING by Hinman. No such trend exists among NT scholars or Jesus scholars.