13 edition of What Would Jesus Really Do? found in the catalog.
April 25, 2007 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. .
Written in English
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It provides a guide to viewing the teachings of Jesus in a modern context, not by rejecting the teachings of Jesus, but by using what he taught to analyze the arguments on both sides of current The book concludes by arguing that we cannot pretend that Jesus and the Bible provide all the answers to our ethical dilemmas, although Jesus does provide perennial moral wisdom.
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If He were a false teacher, and God still raised Him from the dead, then God would have given credibility to a liar.
Since God cannot lie (Hebrews ), He would not do this. The Resurrection shows that God was in complete agreement with One of the bigger mistakes people make in reading Scripture is that they read it as a spectator.
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The Gospels that made it into the Bible pretty much skip from the birth of Jesus Christ to his adulthood, but there are other documents that chronicle the adventures of Jesus Christ: Boy Wonder.
They're part of something called the New Testament Apocrypha, a series of books deemed unfit for For 2, years the crucifix has been a potent symbol of both Jesus Christ's death and the religion which sprung up in its aftermath.
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Jesus' statements are reviewed for meaning and accuracy utilizing the original Greek translations. Jesus' statements in the Book of John (Table of Contents) Jesus' complete statements are linked from this list (NIV): What Did Jesus Do for You on the Cross.
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