It's a nice essay, and says what canonical readers -- meaning virtually all Christians through virtually all of our history -- have taken for granted, which is that we can't know much about Jesus apart from the Bible, and that therefore what the Bible says about Jesus is what we know about him, more or less in its entirety.
Knight suggests that, as more and more people -- including scholars who, like himself, have been actively involved in the supposed "quest" -- recognize this, the field has gradually shrunk, and is now virtually moribund. This may be an overstatement, but we certainly hope not.
Here are the two points that we especially like:
This excellent point observation, unfortunately for Knight's case, into the usual taunt, that the theologians of whom one disapproves are not "orthodox," an extremely tricky word to use, especially if one is a Protestant. He then asks a question which, while impolitic, is one that many of us have probably asked at one time or another:
For our money, though, the critical graph is the last one: