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JESUS- The Great Debate
The Question is… Who do you say that I am?

An insightful new release addressing the identity of Jesus from a knowledgeable, well researched perspective.

“Who do you say that I am?” It’s a question that has stirred great debate concerning the identity of Jesus in universities, churches, and most of all, in the hearts...
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JESUS- The Great Debate
The Question is… Who do you say that I am?

An insightful new release addressing the identity of Jesus from a knowledgeable, well researched perspective.

“Who do you say that I am?” It’s a question that has stirred great debate concerning the identity of Jesus in universities, churches, and most of all, in the hearts of millions. JESUS The Great Debate explored the criticism of the skeptics, such as the Jesus Seminar, a group of liberal scholars who deny that Jesus performed miracles and rose from the dead. Fascinating new scientific evidence suggests the Shroud of Turin may prove to be the actual burial cloth of Christ. Find out why many of the ancient Jews rejected Jesus despite their prophecies that revealed He was the true Messiah. Read the censored passages about Jesus of Nazareth hidden in the Jewish Talmud and Targums. Explore the astonishing discoveries of early Christian tombs. Uncover the truth about Jesus regarding His mysterious birth, His miracles, and His remarkable resurrection.

“This comprehensive study of evidence about Jesus provides compelling proof to both skeptics and believers that He is the true Messiah.”



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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307509307
  • Publisher: The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 1/21/2009
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 288
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Grant Jeffrey is internationally recognized as a leading author on Bible prophecy, history, and apologetics. More than 3.5 million readers have read Grant’s 12 best selling books.


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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2001

    The Debate Rages On...

    Not a bad book. It's, in fact, very good for someone who's just beginning to read about Jesus scholarship or lack thereof in some cases (READ: Jesus Seminar). Jeffery also discusses some subtle nuances that are often overlooked (i.e., the possible significances of the Shroud of Turin, the Jewish Expectations of Messiah (anyone who thinks this part is a waste of time needs to think about their Christianity a little harder) and evidence of Gospel accuracy). To be frank, I liked it, though I've come to see that the arguments are a little weak when compared to other conservative scholars and their work. A good read would also be Gary Habermas' THE HISTORICAL JESUS. Though I haven't finished it yet, it does look promising. I'll let you know how it goes. However, in closing, let me recommend this book for some thoughts and ideas that you won't find anywhere else, but don't expect it to be the end all, do all book on Jesus research.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2000

    A Debate, But Where's the Opponent?

    Grant R. Jeffrey writes a fabulous book with nearly conclusive evidence that Jesus did, in fact, exist and was the Messiah. But, he fails to offer in detail the opposing side of his claims, which gives the reader only one side of the so-called debate. Overall, the evidence he provides is fascinating, but next time, Jeffrey should either re-title his work or include the opposing evidence.

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