The Deity of Christ

The Deity of Christ The Biblical Teaching About The Deity Of Christ Is A Precious Truth And Foundational To The Christian Faith It Has Been Called The Most Distinctively Christian Doctrine Of All One That Must Be Taught And Preserved.With This In Mind, Robert Peterson, Christopher Morgan, Andreas KOstenberger, Steve Wellum, Gerald Bray, Alan Gomes, Ray Ortlund Jr., Stephen Nichols, And J Nelson Jennings Have Collaborated To Develop A Theology Of Christ S Divinity Across Multiple Disciplines Combining First Rate Evangelical Scholarship With Rich Application, Their Work Examines This Central Doctrine From Contemporary, Historical, Biblical, Systematic, Apologetic, And Missional Perspectives.This Accessible Volume The Third In The Noted Theology In Community Series Guides Readers To The Significance Of Christ S Deity Across The Old And New Testaments, In Johannine Literature, In Popular Culture And Church History, And Among Cults And World Religions With Its Keen Theological Insight And Straightforward Application, This Volume Will Give Pastors, Students, And Educated Readers A Clear And Useful Treatment Of The Deity Of Christ. We live in an American culture where it is fashionable to make Jesus everything you want Him to be Unfortunately, the Jesus of too many American s, and Christians none the less, is not the Jesus presented in the Bible If the Burger King slogan Have it Your Way were to have a Christological bent, then the slogan for the Jesus of America would be Jesus, Have Him Your Way The Deity of Christ Theology in Community Series ed by Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson is a clear call amidst th We live in an American culture where it is fashionable to make Jesus everything you want Him to be Unfortunately, the Jesus of too many American s, and Christians none the less, is not the Jesus presented in the Bible If the Burger King slogan Have it Your Way were to have a Christological bent, then the slogan for the Jesus of America would be Jesus, Have Him Your Way The Deity of Christ Theology in Community Series ed by Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson is a clear call amidst the often confusing voices claiming to present the Jesus of the Bible and history Amidst the quagmire of the everyone Jesus and in a world where Jesus has been reduced to my homey and BFF , this book brings us back to the center of Christology This book draws us to one of the most foundational attributes of the Jesus Christ the Son of the living God his deity.In the opening chapter, The Deity of Christ Today,
Four stars because the chapters on Christ s deity in the synoptic gospels, John, and Paul are excellent A star missing because the chapter on Christ in the OT is too short, the one on his deity in church history and in regards to cults are much too short, and the one on his deity in regard to world missions is nearly worthless.Why do we believe Jesus is God He is identified with God compare Deut 18 20 with Matt 7 22, or Joel 2 32 with Rom 10 13 He receives devotion due God alone Heb 1 Four stars because the chapters on Christ s deity in the synoptic gospels, John, and Paul are excellent A star missing because the chapter on Christ in the OT is too short, the one on his deity in church history and in regards to cults are much too short, and the one on his deity in regard to world missions is nearly worthless.Why do we believe Jesus is God He is identified with God compare
Each author contributed to the belief that Jesus was in some sense divine God The total contribution is that such an idea is not easy to state clearly and accurately using the limitations of words Each view shows that the authors of the New Testament and the writings of the Old support the divinity of Jesus in different ways and in different words through different expressions This is a great book for someone who has given the identity of Jesus great thought Although it might be a little d Each author contributed to
I really enjoyed this collection of essays on the deity of Jesus There was enough variety here to hold my interest and the essays were written in a way that was stimulating, but not overly academic I thought this book would be a great resource on the shelf of any pastor. This was an outstanding volume The chapters were universally strong, well written, and theologically robust I did have a few questions about the chapter on missions, but still overall agreed with the thrust of the argument Highly recommended. Scholarly books are not always goid reads I found this book to be both a readable book and scholarly accurate It addresses an important issue who is Jesus in a way that is applicable to today and rooted in solid historical orthodoxy. My complete review is in Themelios 36.3 Check out for my review.

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  • Hardcover
  • 311 pages
  • The Deity of Christ
  • Christopher W. Morgan
  • English
  • 19 January 2018
  • 1581349793