Almost two Millennia ago, Jesus asked his disciples, and ldquo;Who do you say that I am? and rdquo; and mdash;and people have been asking the question ever since.
Many answering the question today have a decidedly different view than Peter offered in his faithful response. In the early days of the church, Gnostics balked at Jesus and rsquo; humanity. Today, it and rsquo;s his divine nature that and rsquo;s under attack. It seems almost monthly that new bestselling books appear detailing how alternative gospels portray an earthly Jesus, devoid of divinity. Theories proliferate online that Jesus and rsquo; deity was concocted during shadowy closed-door councils by power-hungry church leaders.
The Deity of Christ by John F. MacArthur is a biblical defense of Jesus and rsquo; deity and a clarion call for believers to rise up and defend this core doctrine. Both new and seasoned Christians will benefit from MacArthur and rsquo;s clear take on the relevant Bible passages. They will come away with rock-solid assurance that Jesus was indeed the unique son of God and a deeper, more profound appreciation of Christ and rsquo;s love for them.
|Dimensions||203 × 133 × 14 mm|
MacArthur, John, (Author), Busenitz, Nathan, (Editor)
Moody Publishers (2017), 224 pages