The Original Jesus

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James Clarke & Co., 2004 - 479 páginas
"The man who invented it would be more astonished than its hero." The author quotes these words from Rousseau as an indication of his purpose, which is to make credible the portrait of Jesus as it is presented to us in the Gospels. In this classic work Borchert presents a living portrait of Jesus as found in the Gospels, eloquently countering the criticism and scepticism surrounding his life. Both Jesus' critics and those who testify to the beauty of Jesus' life agree on his uniqueness, for he defies all the categories of humanity. Borchert considers Jesus' relationship with God, mankind, the natural world and the miracles and examines the reactions to the person of Jesus throughout history. To see Jesus as the Gospels portray him is to be confronted with the challenge to accept him as the human manifestation of the Father: "We cannot make any mistake about God after we have known Jesus."
 

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Contenido

EDITORS PREFACE
9
The StumblingBlock Characteristics in
23
In the Reactions of History
89
The Faithfulness of the Account given
117
n The Necessity for the Miracles
125
The Result an Appeal to the Will
140
Jesus Physical Equipment
159
159
188
Common People and the Rich
285
C JESUS AND THE WORLD
309
WHY WE CANNOT LEAVE OUR CONSIDERATION
327
PART IIIIN THE HOLY OF HOLIES
335
MANIFESTATION
397
n The Searcher of Hearts and the Prophet
428
The Days Before Easter
443
n From Easter to Pentecost
450

PART IIIN THE HOLY PLACE
207
His Race
236
B JESUS AND MANKIND
251

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Referencias a este libro

A Short Life of Christ
Everett F. Harrison
Vista previa limitada - 1968

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