The Crises of the Christ

The Crises of the Christ : The Birth, Baptism, Temptation and Crucifixion of Jesus - How His Character Shaped Man's Relations with God

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G. Campbell Morgan offers his perspective on the life and actions of Jesus Christ, placing his character in the context of man's relationship with the Lord God.

An all-embracing account of the life of Jesus, we are taken chronologically through the existence of the Christ. The circumstances of his birth, his 'hidden years' as a youth in Nazareth, his baptism and the temptation he faced in the desert, and the success of his sermons in ancient Judea. His conviction and crucifixion by the Roman occupiers are detailed, as is the Resurrection and finally the Ascension of Jesus to the heavenly realms.

All along the way, G. Campbell Morgan gives us a perspective supported by the very words of scripture, demonstrating how the life and accomplishments of Jesus would influence how mankind interacts with the divine. As well as being the founder of Christianity, the sufferings and trials of Jesus would become a beacon to many - his ultimate sacrifice, dying upon a crucifix for the sake of mankind's relations with God, was an event of immense gravity.

Unlike previous flawed reprints of the text, this edition has been examined and edited to the point of resembling the original publication. The reader may thus enjoy Morgan's narration to the fullest.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 228 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 340g
  • English
  • Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
  • 1789870593
  • 9781789870596