Jesus Barabbas was famous for his hatred, Jesus Barjoseph for his compassion. They lived side by side, but only one offered the way to eternal life. Tony Campolo follows their paths until they converge at Pilate 's feet. Which path...
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Jesus Barabbas was famous for his hatred, Jesus Barjoseph for his compassion. They lived side by side, but only one offered the way to eternal life. Tony Campolo follows their paths until they converge at Pilate 's feet. Which path will you follow?
What if there were two men named Jesus in the city of Nazareth? One was Jesus Barabbas, son of Abbas. One was Jesus Barjoseph, son of Joseph.
One man was famous for his hatred and destruction. One was famous for his love and compassion. They lived, played, studied, and worked side by side, with one crucial difference: only one of them offered the way to salvation and eternal life.
In Which Jesus, Campolo follows the divergent paths of the two until they converge at the feet of Pilate. Comparing the lives of two distinctly different men, a portrait emerges of One who had power over life and death versus one who would live by the sword and die by the sword.
As Campolo draws the compelling distinction between true power and love and ill-gotten power and hate, Christians see that they have the ability today to do even greater works for the Kingdom than they ever believed possible. It's a simple question of choosing which Jesus to serve.
Tony Campolo is professor emeritus of Socilogy at Eastern University,St.Davids, Pennsylvania. He is the founder of the Evangelical Association for the Promotion of Education, an organisation that develops schools and social programs in various third world countries and in cities across North America. Dr Campolo is an ordained minister and is presently the associate pastor of the Mount Carmel Baptist Church in West Philadelphia. He is the author of 33 books including Letters to a Young Evangelical and Everybody Wants to Change the World. He is media commentator on religious, social and political matters and is regularly appears on television and hosts a weekly radio program in England. Publisher.