Making Men Whole

Making Men Whole

by J. B. Phillips

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About the Contributor(s):
John Bertram Phillips (1906-1982) was a Bible translator, writer, and clergyman. His work translating the New Testament made him one of Britain's most famous Bible communicators. He talked of the revelation received as he translated the New Testament, describing it as ""extraordinarily alive""--unlike any experience he had had with non-scriptural ancient texts. He referred to Scripture speaking to his condition in an ""uncanny way."" Phillips was a masterful apologist and defender of the Christian faith. He upheld the basic tenets of the faith, and was able to present them as fresh to the modern reader and hearer, much as he had done with his translation of the New Testament.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781620323465
Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 07/06/2012
Pages: 74
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.30(d)

About the Author

John Bertram Phillips (1906-1982) was a Bible translator, writer, and clergyman. His work translating the New Testament made him one of Britain's most famous Bible communicators. He talked of the revelation received as he translated the New Testament, describing it as "extraordinarily alive"—unlike any experience he had had with non-scriptural ancient texts. He referred to Scripture speaking to his condition in an "uncanny way." Phillips was a masterful apologist and defender of the Christian faith. He upheld the basic tenets of the faith, and was able to present them as fresh to the modern reader and hearer, much as he had done with his translation of the New Testament.

Table of Contents

Foreword 7

I God and a World Disintegrated 11

II The Action and the Aim of Love 23

III The Work of Reconciliation 35

IV Inner Resources for the Task 47

V Completeness in Christ: In Time and in Eternity 61

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