Jesus Database Financial Appeal

The Jesus Database is a collaborative online resource for historical Jesus research and to explore new ways of celebrating the meaning of Jesus for people today. This project was started in March 2006 and draws on earlier work going back to 2001. The site currently consists of more than 1,200 articles.

The goal of the JESUS DATABASE is to provide a collection of Jesus materials that will be of interest to scholars, to educators, to students, to clergy, to church members, and to the wider public.

The database includes several components:

  • texts of sayings and events involving Jesus or attributed to him
  • commentary, discussion and related notes
  • liturgies, poems, prayers and sermons that relate to these items
  • graphics and photographs relevant to any of this material

With the wind-up of the FaithFutures Foundation in December 2013, this project is now financed mostly by my own funds, but gifts to help with the expenses are always welcome.

You can make a secure once-off or a recurring contribution using PayPal or by check.

Thank you for any contribution you are able to make. It is deeply appreciated.

About gregoryjenks

Anglican priest and religion scholar. Senior Lecturer in the School of Theology at Charles Sturt University. Dean, Cathedral Church of Christ the King, Grafton and Rector of the Anglican Parish of Grafton. Formerly Dean at St George's College, Jerusalem. The opinions expressed in my publications, including my blog posts, are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of the Diocese of Grafton nor Christ Church​ Cathedral in Grafton.
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