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Who Do You Say That I Am? Christology and the Church
Edited by Donald Armstrong
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N. T. Wright, Alister McGrath, George Carey, and other top scholars boldly defend the classic view of Jesus.
In our current time, the essential, life-changing question that Jesus asked of his disciples, "Who do you say that I am?" has been effectively changed in the thinking of many to "Who would you like me to be?" From feminist theologians who critique Jesus through the experience of women to church growth experts who offer "God at your service," Jesus has been revisioned and reimaged to bless our most indulgent desires. In this clear and forthright book, six New Testament experts provide a credible antidote to the raft of inaccurate pictures of Jesus by reclaiming a place for traditional faith in our postmodern age.
...Each contributor has tried to make his remarks as accessible as possible to a wide audience, for these writers believe that recovering the New Testament Jesus is the contemporary church's most important task.
Publisher's Weekly, 5/31/99
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About the Author
Donald Armstrong is rector of Grace Episcopal Church and St. Stephen's Parish and rector of the Anglican Institute in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is also the editor of The Truth about Jesus (Eerdmans).
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