* Where did the titles "King," "Messiah," and "Son of God" come from? Arguing that Jesus was called "the Son of God" because his followers believed him to be the messianic king, the authors contend that Jesus' names were cuturally rooted and informed by ancient Near Eastern royal ideology. Their controversial thesis is sure to spark fresh debate. 264 pages, softcover from Eerdmans.
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