An excellent work showing the identifying characteristics of Jesus Christ as the Savior and the brilliance of the Christian Faith. Christianity is a mystery since the content of the Christian faith is the incarnate God, our Lord Jesus Christ. As such, it is impossible to be grasped by the human intellect. How then can we be assured that the Christian faith is the only source of all truth? How can we know that Jesus Christ is the incarnate God? How can we be certain that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, the Savior of the world, and the Giver of eternal life? The identifying characteristics of the Savior which are outlined with brilliant clarity in this book are so many in multitude and such in quality that the sincere reader will find it difficult not to confess with enthusiasm that Jesus Christ is the Messiah the perfect God Who became perfect man. Translated from the Greek. Highly recommended!
273 pp., paperback
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