Want to make sense of the New Testament? Start with the incarnation - a truth that goes far beyond Christmas.
The miracle of Jesus' incarnation touches on deep truths, speaking to the very nature of God and humanity. Evans shows how the Bible consistently supports the incarnation as actual fact. He also describes the early church's efforts to express this great mystery and explores some key questions about the incarnation and its practical implications for our daily lives.
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Basics of the Faith booklets introduce readers to basic Reformed doctrine and practice. On issues of church government and practice they reflect that framework - otherwise they are suitable for all church situations.
Its something we celebrate every Christmas, but the truths of the incarnation should impact our lives every day. Evans explores Christ becoming man from many perspectives, reviews objections, and provides satisfying biblical answers and explanations.
William B. Evans is Younts Professor of Bible and Religion at Erskine College in Due West, South Carolina.
The incarnation is essential to our salvation and central to the whole Biblical revelation, yet it is largely neglected in the thought, life and worship of many congregations. Concisely and accessibly, Dr. Evans demonstrates from the Bible and the history of the church how crucial it is and how only the incarnate Son of God could save us. This is a vital lesson we should all heed.
Looking for a short, crystal clear, readable exposition to help you understand the person of Jesus Christ? Look no further. For in What is the Incarnation? Professor Bill Evans introduces us to both the teaching of Scripture and the loving reflections of some of the best minds of the Christian centuries. Here is an introduction for the new Christian who wants to learn as much as possible about Christ as quickly as possible, As well as a good refresher course for the well read that will stimulate even greater love for and faith in the Lord Jesus.
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