Many biographies of Christ's life have lasted only a short time, but this classic work has been in demand since its first printing in 1880. Doctrinally sound and vivid in detail, it presents you with a clear and understandable look at the life of Jesus. Ideal for individual or group study. 159 pages, paper from Zondervan.
Many biographies of Christ's life have been published through the years, but most have lasted only a short time. This volume, first printed in 1880, continues to be in demand. The Life of Jesus Christ is known in every English-speaking country and has been translated into many foreign languages. The reasons for its continued success are not hard to find. The details of Christ's life are presented in a clear and flowing style and are molded into an easily comprehended whole. Doctrinally sound, vivid in detail, as authentic as study and research can make it, this work will long hold the place it won when first written by this noted Scottish theologian. Chapter titles are: - The Birth, Infancy, and Youth of Jesus - The Nation and the Time - The Final Stages of His Preparation - The Year of Obscurity - The Year of Public Favor - The Year of Opposition - The End Hints for Teachers and Questions for Pupils conclude this work.
James A. Stalker was born in Scotland in 1848. He graduated from Edinburgh and New College and served for many years as a pastor in the Free Church of Scotland.
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