The Jesus Studies Collection (6 vols.) brings you an informative study of the person, work, and life of Jesus Christ. This collection compiles works by respected scholars, theologians, and authors including N.T. Wright, Craig A. Evans, and Gary M. Burge on the many fascinating issues surrounding Jesus. Topics of study include the use of Old Testament prophesy in the Christmas story and Jesus’ teaching and ministry, the depiction of Jesus, his life, works, and teaching by the Gospel authors, and the significance of Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. A biblical view of the Israel-Palestine debate is also addressed, as well as the relationship between Jesus and the Jerusalem Temple. The six volumes in this collection give not only a concise study of the historical Jesus, but also clear proof of his deity. The Jesus Studies Collection (6 vols.) is perfect for anyone serious about gaining a deeper understanding of the historical, literary, and cultural contexts surrounding Jesus and his ministry.
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- Academic studies on a variety of Christological topics
- Illustrates the significance of Old Testament prophesies in the New Testament
- Confirms Christ's existence and deity
- Christmas, the Original Story by Margaret Barker
- Four Gospels, One Jesus? A Symbolic Reading, 2nd ed. by Richard Burridge
- Jesus: Final Days by Craig A. Evans and N.T. Wright
- Jesus and Scripture by Steve Moyise
- Jesus and the Land: How the New Testament Transformed 'Holy Land' Theology by Gary M. Burge
- Jesus the Temple by Nicholas Perrin