Catholicism on Trial Series - Book 4 of 7 - The Bible and the Divinity of Jesus - LIST PRICE REDUCED from $24.95. You SAVE 76%by Roger LeBlanc
What if Scripture itself says that Jesus is God? What if His divinity is demonstrable through Old Testament prophecy that has been fulfilled and confirmed in the New
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Those who reject the Divinity of Jesus Christ are quick to tell us that Jesus never actually said "I AM GOD". If He did not make this claim, would it mean that He is not the Lord God Almighty?
What if Scripture itself says that Jesus is God? What if His divinity is demonstrable through Old Testament prophecy that has been fulfilled and confirmed in the New Testament?
And what happens if the unbelievers are not correct when they tell us Jesus never said "I AM GOD"? What if He actually did say "I AM GOD" and a whole lot more? It would mean the "Mantra" of the unbelievers would be dashed to the ground like glass that shattered into pieces at their feet. They would find themselves standing in front of the Lord God Himself, and what had been hidden in the depths of their hearts would be revealed for all the world to see. They would be faced with a decision to receive His mercy or His judgment.
When the Lord was confronted by those who rejected His Divinity they brought before Him a demoniac who was blind and mute. Jesus cured the possessed man but they still rejected His Divinity and actually claimed that Jesus drove out demons by the power of Beelzebul. Jesus turned that charge around on them and said, "Behold, the Kingdom of God is upon you". (Matthew 12:28)
This trial will speak to any individual, and to all religions that do not accept the Divinity of Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church has, since its beginnings, fully maintained that Jesus Christ is fully God and fully man. Catholicism is the only certain means by which we can rightfully understand the nature and person of Jesus Christ, and it is the only bulwark against all heresy regarding His very person.
As you read this book you will find yourself living vicariously through someone in the courtroom. At times you may see yourself on the witness stand and at other times you may see yourself as one of the attorneys or one of the jurors, but one way or the other your religious convictions will be indelibly affected by the facts that will be presented in this trial.
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