How can we really know anything about Jesus today? The answer, says James, is in the context. Recalling the specific settings that color the New Testament story, he describes Jesus as a vulgar, marvelous, scandalous scapegoat; and reveals a response to the question seekers and skeptics ask---What's the point? Great for evangelism! 144 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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Date:October 16, 2007
Really enjoyed the book. The author augments the topic with lots of humor and personal examples.