The truth about Jesus
Gathering together such first-rate scholars as N. T. Weight, Alister E. McGrath, and Diogenes Allen, this volume explores and critiques the current "quest for the historical Jesus, " reaffirms in a compelling and positive way the traditional biblical teaching about Jesus, and considers the proclamation of his gospel to our pluralistic world. Written with general readers in mind, this volume is an excellent resource for engaging the confused and confusing interpretations of Jesus so prevalent today.
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