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How Jesus Became God In The Flesh: The Proper Exaltation Of A Prophet From Nazareth Bart Ehrman Refuted (Historical Apologetics) - Mike Robinson
How Jesus Became God In The Flesh: The Proper Exaltation Of A Prophet From Nazareth Bart Ehrman Refuted (Historical Apologetics)
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Bart Ehrman, in his recent volume, How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher From Galilee, examines the doctrine most essential to Christianity—that Jesus of Nazareth is God in the flesh. Ehrman maintains that this notion is foreign to the early followers of Jesus. In response,... show more
Bart Ehrman, in his recent volume, How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher From Galilee, examines the doctrine most essential to Christianity—that Jesus of Nazareth is God in the flesh. Ehrman maintains that this notion is foreign to the early followers of Jesus. In response, Mike Robinson undercuts Ehrman’s claims at ground level in his new book: How Jesus Became God in the Flesh.

No man in the past or the present has provoked such widely differing opinions as Jesus Christ. Some say He was merely a good and decent man, while others say He must be God in the flesh. In many trendy books, Christ’s story is altered to suit the whims of those seeking to make Him a supporter of numerous political or ethical causes.

Today, fashionable skeptics like Bart Ehrman follow in the footsteps of the Jesus Seminar as they reject the biblical depiction of Jesus. They do not depict Him as God who came to atone for the sins of humanity. They attempt to reduce Christ to a mere man to suit their quirks and odd notions—they attempt to depict Christ as a zealot, a mystical sage, or a prophet for progressive values.

In “How Jesus God Became in the Flesh,” you will discover:

• Innovative Ways to Refute Critics of the Bible
• How the Foundation of Hypercritical Scholarship Collapses
• A Powerful Defense of the Trinity
• The Historical Evidence for Christ and the New Testament
• The Early Church Father’s Proclamation of Christ’s Divinity
• The Proof that Jesus Christ is God
• The Church Did Not Make Christ Divine by Vote

Jesus Christ's influence on our world is commanding, unavoidable, constructive, and often reviled. It is commanding because He is the Lord who fulfils His word; it is unavoidable for the reason that He is God and His name is known in every nation; it is constructive in light of the wisdom, love, education, and salvation it has produced; it is reviled because He makes moral demands upon humanity.

Jesus is world's most familiar name, yet he is the transcendent God who rules in omnipotent power. His effect on humanity is enormous and deliberate. From Bethlehem to America, He is the prophet who won't go away. Nevertheless, fashionable critics have attacked the truth of who He is at the core—selected skeptics declare that Christ was not who the Bible revealed He is, but who men decided He is. Overly biased skeptics argue that Jesus is not God and His divinity is pure myth.

In “How Jesus Became God in the Flesh,” Mike Robinson robustly defends the divinity of Christ, His incarnation, and the doctrine of the Trinity. He rests on Scripture as he explores philosophy, ontology, history, and textual criticism. In this innovative volume, Robinson maintains Jesus Christ is God—the contrary is not possible.

Not only is there compelling evidence that Jesus was something loftier than a mere man—that He was, in fact, God in the flesh. By wrestling with the biblical view of the Logos and the accounts of His birth, ministry, death, and resurrection, Robinson clarifies the scriptural depiction of Jesus of Nazareth: God the Son—he undercuts the critics at their foundation.

This reader-friendly book examines events, sayings, teachings, and the history of Jesus, using the Greek texts, ancient Rabbinical documents, and modern philosophy in service of the truth—God came to the earth to save men. Grab a warm beverage, pull up a seat, participate in the discussion, and learn how captivating the conversation regarding the historical Jesus can be.
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00IIUY6MW
Publisher: Applied Apologetics Press
Pages no: 229
Edition language: English
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