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Ambassador Christ and the Gospels Collection (4 vols.)
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Ambassador Christ and the Gospels Collection (4 vols.)

by 4 authors

Ambassador 2007–2011

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The Ambassador Christ and the Gospels Collection is the perfect collection for someone looking for a deeper understanding of Christ. The four volumes that encompass this collection concentrate on some of the most misconstrued and difficult-to-understand teachings found in Scripture. The authors help us overcome the common delusions about Christ, defending the writings of the gospels in their accurate portrayal of His person and work. If you are seeking to discern hidden mysteries and analogies throughout the Bible, you will find that these volumes will lead you to the truth—the only truth, Jesus Christ.

With the Logos Bible Software edition of Ambassador Christ and the Gospels Collection (4 vols.), you have an abundance of resources that offer applicable and insightful material for your study. You can easily access these useful resources that contain perspectives from a diverse assortment of pastors and theologians. Scripture references are linked directly to the Bibles in your library—both the original language texts and English translations. Double-clicking any word automatically opens your lexicons to the relevant entry so you can search each volume and collection by topic, title, or Scripture reference.

Key Features

  • Filled with citations and excerpts from scholars, theologians, and historians
  • In-depth analysis of Jesus' life and works
  • All Scripture references link directly to the Bibles in your library

Individual Titles

Look Up! Uplifting Inspiration from Christ's Timeless Past

  • Author: Scott Mohr
  • Publisher: Ambassador
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 230

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Would you like to grow your awareness of the vastness, the majesty, and the eternal qualities of our God? Would you like that awareness to help you live the abundant life that Christ came to give? Look Up! will inspire you to see and worship the Savior from a fascinating Old Testament point of view, resulting in a heavenward focus on Him for your daily life.

Scott Mohr has done a great service to the body of Christ in writing this much needed perspective on the pre-incarnate Christ. I'm more convinced than ever that we need a better understanding of the greatness and glory of our Lord Jesus Christ. I think this book will contribute to that wonderfully. May the Lord use it for His glory.

—Brian Brodersen, pastor, Calvary Chapel

Scott Mohr's easy to understand study of Old Testament Christ types is masterful! It's relevant, insightful, and presents bite-sized portions of Christology in a way that applies to everyday life. Every Christian needs to make Look Up! part of their prayer time and devotions.

—Mark Ambrose, senior pastor, Pacific Coast Church

Look Up! will take you on a captivating journey into Jesus Christ's endless past. As your image of Christ increases and as you set your heart and mind on things above, you will be moved to walk in victory, not defeat. With your eyes focused clearly on Christ and His eternal glory, you will experience His power working in you to accomplish the tasks He has for you here on earth. Scott Mohr's fresh look at the work of Jesus throughout eternity will motivate you as you strive to walk in a manner worthy of His calling.

—Andreas Mehrguth, director, e3 Legacy

Scott Mohr has served as a Bible teacher and worship leader for numerous adult, college, and high school groups for over twenty years, often times expounding upon the awe-inspiring topics covered in Look Up! He has also worked with a number of missions organizations in both fulltime and short-term service. He currently makes his living as an information technology executive in the telecommunications industry.

The Four Gospels: A Guide to Their Historical Background, Characteristic Differences, and Timeless Significance

  • Author: William S. Stob
  • Publisher: Ambassador
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 382

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The four gospels have been read and studied for nearly 2,000 years. As early as the second century Irenaeus, Church father and martyr, declared that four accounts of the life of Christ were needed—no more and no less! Yet many Christians, in spite of the numerous and excellent commentaries available today, cannot answer the question, "Why four Gospels?"

This in-depth volume, which took 20 years to research and 10 years to write, clearly reveals the necessity of a four-fold portrait of Christ. Selected excerpts from some of the most celebrated writers of the past, such as A. Edersheim, Chas. Erdman, F. W. Farrar, Edw. Gibbon, F. L. Godet, D. S. Gregory, F. W. Krummacher, H. H. Milman, G. Campbell Morgan, Arthur Pink, Sir Wm. Ramsay, Chas. Rollin, R. C. Trench, B. F. Wescott, and scores of others, are incorporated throughout the book in order to explain and substantiate the historical background and characteristic differences of the four gospels. This work is an excellent reference for teachers, students, and historians, but is designed for Christians in all walks of life. A homeschooling mother stated that the “work is quite readable (even by a pressured mom) and very worthwhile. I especially like the organization of the book, which helped me keep my bearings. The history is fascinating and helpful.”

William S. Stob grew up in Cicero, Illinois, and received his early education in private schools associated with the Christian Reformed Church. Later, he studied at Calvin College (A.A.), Elmhurst College (B.A.), and Concordia University Chicago (M.A.). Before moving to Michigan, Bill was a public school teacher, an officer in The Gideons, and a regular speaker at skid-row missions in Chicago. He has taught Sunday school classes in Bible and Baptist churches for over 25 years and, as an avid historian and book collector, has an extensive library with original editions dating back to 1623. Bill and his wife, Becky, were married in 1969 and have two grown daughters, Jennifer and Rachel, who were homeschooled through twelfth grade. Both graduated with honors from Bob Jones University.

Thinking Rightly of Christ: What Scripture Really Says About Him—And Why It Matters

  • Author: Bryan Holstrom
  • Publisher: Ambassador
  • Publication Date: 2010
  • Pages: 312

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Is it really that important what we think of Jesus Christ and the nature of his work? Does the content of our understanding of him have any practical significance?

Against a growing tendency in the church to downplay the value of serious theological reflection, Bryan Holstrom asserts that thinking rightly of Christ is not only an eminently practical pursuit, but one that no thoughtful Christian can afford to neglect. With the goal of increasing our appreciation for the significance of Christ and the work that he undertook, Holstrom addresses some of the most misunderstood and challenging teachings found in Scripture:

  • How can Jesus be God’s Son and yet be God himself?
  • What is the significance of the Bible’s teaching that he was born of a virgin?
  • How could he have been tempted and yet remain sinless?
  • What does it mean to say that he was perfected by his earthly life?
  • Is he still the King of the Jews?
  • Why is he called the Savior of the World if not all people are saved?
  • What is it about Jesus Christ that makes him uniquely qualified to be the one Mediator between God and men?
  • Does it really matter whether we affirm that salvation is available only through him and the work that he did?

This book helps Christians overcome many of the modern misconceptions that plague our understanding of Christ’s person and work. The result is not just right thinking, but increased devotion to the One who asked “What do you think about the Christ?”

Bryan Holstrom is a Ruling Elder at Covenant of Grace Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Batavia, Illinois. He is also the author of another Ambassador title, Infant Baptism and the Silence of the New Testament.

Why the Gospel Witnesses Agree And What This Means for Us

  • Author: Everett Coates
  • Publisher: Ambassador
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 156

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Atheists claim the gospels contradict each other. They say Jesus was mistaken about when he would return, so he can't be God. The atheists are wrong.

Matthew, Mark, Luke and John present eyewitness testimony to the earthly life of Jesus Christ, but there seem to be significant differences between them. Through the centuries these conflicts have caused many people to doubt their accuracy. Charles Darwin himself was led further into atheism by the “discrepancies” the gospels contain. Doubts about the gospels and other issues brought the author to his own faith crisis. But there are answers to the question of the accuracy and reliability of the gospels, and in fact the entire Bible. Why the Gospel Witnesses Agree and What This Means for Us combines the gospels at the three most crucial points in the earthly life of Jesus Christ, demonstrating that the differences are not errors. Rather they are the normal result of the various viewpoints of the eyewitnesses, which disappear when the accounts are put together in a logical order.

Everett Coates received a BS degree in geology from North Carolina State University in 1975 and has worked for over thirty years as a soil scientist with the USDA Soil Conservation Service and as an environmental health specialist, soil scientist and environmental engineer with the Wake County Department of Environmental Services in Raleigh, North Carolina. He is a sustaining (non-voting) member of the Creation Research Society. For several years he was a member of the Board of the Triangle Association for the Science of Creation in Raleigh. He also served for approximately three years on the North Carolina Innovative and Experimental Committee, which advises and provides guidance to the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Health, On-Site Water Protection Section concerning information provided by manufacturers of new innovative and experimental on-site waste water treatment and disposal technologies.

Product Details

  • Title: Ambassador Christ and the Gospels Collection (4 vols.)
  • Publisher: Ambassador
  • Volumes: 4
  • Pages: 1,080