The doctrine of the Incarnation makes a powerful claim. It does not say that Jesus was just a great man, or a major prophet, or an ethical ideal, or even the center of an archetypal story. It claims that Jesus was God incarnate; that God took on human flesh an dwelt among us.
In this volume, Duckworth offers twenty sermons on the meaning of the Incarnation that speak to contemporary Christians with power, depth, and insight. Beginning with the "I Am" sayings of Jesus in the Gospel of John, these sermons help readers discover new levels of meaning in the message of God's self-revelation. Although especially appropriate during the Advent and Christmas seasons, these sermons are helpful throughout the year.
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