by Danail Hristov (Goodreads Author)
The Christian apologist Jos…more
The Christian apologist Josh McDowell, in his book “More Than a Carpenter”, tries to answer issues crucial for our epoch, connected with the person and the deeds of Jesus, called Christ – Who is he? God? A great teacher? Or a liar and a lunatic? Or maybe he is the Devil himself?
McDowell’s research, however, is biased and unsatisfactory.
In The End of the Jesus Era the above assumptions regarding “the God-man” are thoroughly analyzed, as well as the question whether the Old Testament really prophesies about him.
The topic of God is also of key importance in the investigation: Does He exist? Where is He? What is His name? What does He look like? What is characteristic of Him? What He is not… What has made the biblical image of God so repulsive to a large number of thinking people? …
Autobiographical notes, stories and observations from the time when the author was a zealous Christian are also included in the study.
With passionate commitment to God, the book strongly criticizes Jesus and Religion.
In this respect it is more religious than atheistic, more philosophical than religious and more real-life than philosophical.
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by Todd Elder (Goodreads Author)
Book Description: The 'Scripture Notebook' is designed as a brief outline and notebook to aid in the personal study of Scripture. One of the best ways to build a closer relationship with our Creator is to spend time learning about Him - and His great love for us - in the words of Scripture. Reading them in chronological order has the added benefits of clearly presenting the promises and the covenants forming our relationship with the Eternal, the progression of prophecies and their fulfillments, and the consequences of our actions, both individually and collectively, as part of His people. The rewards of knowing and understanding Scripture include a stronger relationship with our Creator, a better ability to discern good from evil, and having peace in life. [close]
― Martin Luther
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