Is the ecclesiastical study of Jesus and the Bible a modern science or just scholasticism, i.e. a school science that serves to defend certain ideas and institutions?
I sent the 280 theses of my blog as a book (in German and in English) to more than 150 theologians. The answers were published in the blog.
There were some short friendly responses. Most of the letters were written in the typical pastoral tone that characterizes theological speech.
The authors were concerned with the existence of Christian truth. This was founded on faith and reason and backed up by many scientific publications.
It is unchristian, unscientific and at all reprehensible to question and endanger the Christian theological consensus by alternative questions and theses.
My conclusion to the letters and the answer to the question posed above will soon be available in the blog.