The Crises of The Christ

The Crises of The Christ

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by G. Campbell Morgan
     
 

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Over the years many books based on the Life of Christ have been published. Of these, some have emphasized the facts of His humanity, others the truth of his Deity. While these volumes, therefore, present the Person of Jesus, this work—by the “Prince of Expositors”—examines His Life as the accomplishment of a Divine work.

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Over the years many books based on the Life of Christ have been published. Of these, some have emphasized the facts of His humanity, others the truth of his Deity. While these volumes, therefore, present the Person of Jesus, this work—by the “Prince of Expositors”—examines His Life as the accomplishment of a Divine work.

With rare insight, accuracy of definition, and countless illuminating strokes, G. Campbell Morgan devotes these thirty-three chapters to the pivotal events in Christ’s life. The seven “crises” are: the Birth, the Baptism, the Temptation, the Transfiguration, the Death, the Resurrection, and the Ascension. Included is a preliminary chapter, “The Call for Christ—Man Fallen,” and a concluding chapter, “The Answer for Christ—Man Redeemed.” Four indexes complete the volume.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011816093
Publisher:
Jack Books
Publication date:
10/07/2010
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,073,870
File size:
455 KB

Meet the Author

G. Campbell Morgan (1863-1945) was born on a farm in Tetbury, England, the son of a Baptist minister. When Campbell was 10 years old, D. L. Moody came to England for the first time, and the effect of his ministry, combined with the dedication of his parents, made such an impression on young Morgan, that at the age of 13, he preached his first sermon. Two years later, he was preaching regularly in country chapels during his Sundays and holidays.

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