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Jesus: Lord and Saviour

Frederick Fyvie Bruce

Jesus: Lord and Saviour

Frederick Fyvie Bruce

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Bruce re-examines the Biblical evidence for who Jesus was, what his ministry was like and how he related to his disciples and other Jews. He also considers in detail Jesus'last meals, his arrest and trial, and his resurrection. Throughout the book Jesus: Lord & Savior, Bruce looks at the implications for us in recognizing Jesus as the Son of God, the incarnate Word, our Lord and Savior. We find him to be our eternal contemporary, as available to us as he was to his disciples two thousand years ago. F. F. Bruce, former Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester in England, is the author of numerous books and biblical commentaries, including THE HARD SAYINGS OF JESUS and PAUL AND HIS CONVERTS. Quotes are generally from the RSV, but also the author's own translation. Contains chapter notes and index of biblical references.

- Publisher 1. The Jesus of History and the Christ of Faith2. Jesus--the Evidence3. Jesus--the Historical Setting4. The Beginning of Jesus' Ministry5. Jesus and His Disciples6. The Son of Man7. Jesus' Way of Life8. Jesus in Jerusalem9. Jesus' Last Meals10. Arrest and Trial11. The Crucified King12. The Risen Lord13. Jesus and the Jewish Parties of His Day14. Jesus in Christian Experience15. The Son of God16. The Incarnate Word17. The Saviour of the World18. The Coming One19. Jesus is Lord20. Jesus Christ the SameNotes to TextFor Future ReadingIndex of Biblical ReferencesIndex of Authors, etc.

- Publisher F. F. Bruce re-examines the biblical evidence for who Jesus was, what his ministry was like and how he related to his disciples and other Jews. In fascinating detail he also considers Jesus' last meals, his arrests and trial, and his resurrection. Throughout the book Bruce looks at the implications for us in recognizing Jesus as Son of God, the incarnate Word, our Lord and Savior. We find him to be our eternal contemporary, as available to us as he was to his disciples to thousand years ago.In the Jesus Library.

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About "Jesus: Lord and Saviour"

Bruce re-examines the Biblical evidence for who Jesus was, what his ministry was like and how he related to his disciples and other Jews. He also considers in detail Jesus'last meals, his arrest and trial, and his resurrection. Throughout the book Jesus: Lord & Savior, Bruce looks at the implications for us in recognizing Jesus as the Son of God, the incarnate Word, our Lord and Savior. We find him to be our eternal contemporary, as available to us as he was to his disciples two thousand years ago. F. F. Bruce, former Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester in England, is the author of numerous books and biblical commentaries, including THE HARD SAYINGS OF JESUS and PAUL AND HIS CONVERTS. Quotes are generally from the RSV, but also the author's own translation. Contains chapter notes and index of biblical references.
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1. The Jesus of History and the Christ of Faith2. Jesus--the Evidence3. Jesus--the Historical Setting4. The Beginning of Jesus' Ministry5. Jesus and His Disciples6. The Son of Man7. Jesus' Way of Life8. Jesus in Jerusalem9. Jesus' Last Meals10. Arrest and Trial11. The Crucified King12. The Risen Lord13. Jesus and the Jewish Parties of His Day14. Jesus in Christian Experience15. The Son of God16. The Incarnate Word17. The Saviour of the World18. The Coming One19. Jesus is Lord20. Jesus Christ the SameNotes to TextFor Future ReadingIndex of Biblical ReferencesIndex of Authors, etc.
- Publisher

F. F. Bruce re-examines the biblical evidence for who Jesus was, what his ministry was like and how he related to his disciples and other Jews. In fascinating detail he also considers Jesus' last meals, his arrests and trial, and his resurrection. Throughout the book Bruce looks at the implications for us in recognizing Jesus as Son of God, the incarnate Word, our Lord and Savior. We find him to be our eternal contemporary, as available to us as he was to his disciples to thousand years ago.In the Jesus Library.
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Meet the Author

Frederick Fyvie Bruce

F.F. Bruce (1910--1990) was Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis at the University of Manchester, England. He wrote more than forty commentaries and other widely used books, including Paul: Apostle of the Heart Set Free, The Acts of the Apostles, The Gospel of John, and The Message of the New Testament. He served as general editor of The New International Commentary on the New Testament from 1962 to 1990.

Table Of Contents

  • 1. The Jesus Of History And The Christ Of Faith
  • 2. Jesus--the Evidence
  • 3. Jesus--the Historical Setting
  • 4. The Beginning Of Jesus' Ministry
  • 5. Jesus And His Disciples
  • 6. The Son Of Man
  • 7. Jesus' Way Of Life
  • 8. Jesus In Jerusalem
  • 9. Jesus' Last Meals
  • 10. Arrest And Trial
  • 11. The Crucified King
  • 12. The Risen Lord
  • 13. Jesus And The Jewish Parties Of His Day
  • 14. Jesus In Christian Experience
  • 15. The Son Of God
  • 16. The Incarnate Word
  • 17. The Saviour Of The World
  • 18. The Coming One
  • 19. Jesus Is Lord
  • 20. Jesus Christ The Same
  • Notes To Text
  • For Future Reading
  • Index Of Biblical References
  • Index Of Authors, Etc.

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code 45250
  • Product Code 0877849323
  • EAN 9780877849322
  • Pages 228
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category Christology
  • Publisher Intervarsity Press Usa
  • Publication Date Jun 1986
  • Dimensions 209 x 139 x 17 mm
  • Weight 0.272kg

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