Reclaiming the Jesus of History: Christology Today. Minneapolis: Augsburg Fortress, 1992

An imaginative attempt to rework christological claims in light of the scholarship of the Jewish-Christian dialogue by a scholar with long experience in it. He attempts to "affirm the salvational power of the event of the Jesus of history without permitting the Christian faith to nurture idolatry (e.g., transmuting Jesus into the "center" of all human history).