Restoring the Biblical Christ: Is Jesus God?
Jason Wayne Kerrigan, Aug 22, 2016 - 334 pages
Accurately defining the correlation of God and Jesus has been described in our modern day as "beyond the reason of man" and "unable to be explained." Such conclusions are not necessary, however, and when you finish this book you will see that the Biblical teaching concerning God and Jesus is actually very logical. There is one God, the Father. Jesus is the Son of God. Yet, that simple truth leaves many questions to be answered, like Why was Jesus worshipped? Why is the Word called God in John 1:1? What did Jesus mean when he said, "Before Abraham was, I am"? etc. What did the earliest Christians believe about Jesus? All of these questions and more are addressed here.
One reviewer wrote:
"What this book is not is mimetic and unthinking: it is just well-researched, well-cited, eloquently argued, and uncompromisingly Biblical in its orientation. Kerrigan goes where few tread, not for the sake of argument, but for the sake of truth. What you see time and time again is that the Biblical godhead teaching is plainer than what the theologians have been making it."