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|Posté le: Lun 10 Juil - 06:26 (2017) Sujet du message: The Jesus I Know
If Jesus asked, “Who do you say that I am?” would you say he is someone you know intimately and with whom you have a truly personal relationship?
The Divinity of Jesus has been characterized and interpreted beyond Scripture and thus beyond the truth, diminishing the nature and essential role of his humanity and the reality of his presence in our daily lives.
Through a faithful reading of Scripture, along with the works of historical and modern thinkers and writers, the author develops a detailed profile of the person he knows as Jesus, examining Jesus for who he was and who he was not. The source, development, and validity of certain doctrine are revealed, doctrine which have shaped our perspective of Jesus as Son of God but not as a human person.
Readers are challenged to explore their own beliefs about Jesus, and through informed reasoning, discern for themselves what resonates in their minds as well as their hearts. They will discover that Jesus is a person with whom they are meant to have an intimate relationship as both God and Man.
The revelation offered through this profile of Jesus challenges beliefs to which many have always clung along with the exclusive authority of the Church over the Truth. However, our God of love is a God of freedom, and we learn that our exercise of freedom demands that we explore Jesus, our Brother, who is both personal and relevant beyond any close friend.
bound: 113 pages
publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc. (April 17, 2017)
filesize: 914 KB