This collection of enduring scholarship focuses on the life of Jesus in the Gospels. Celebrated authors nineteenth-century authors—including Lyman Abbot, Henry J. Coleridge, and August Neander—guide the reader through a biographical study of Jesus’ life, his actions, and his teachings. Each work contributes to a cogent and illustrative retelling of the Incarnation that allows modern day readers to glean insights from noted scholars of the past.
Pastors and teachers will benefit from this multifaceted journey into classic scholarship, and students will benefit from the ability to reference valuable historical documents alongside other contemporary resources. This carefully curated collection will prove valuable for ministry, study, personal devotion.
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For more classic work on the life of Christ, don’t miss Ernest Renan’s Life of Jesus.