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by Donald MacLeod

eBook Jesus is Lord: Christology Yesterday and Today epub
  • ISBN: 1857924851
  • Author: Donald MacLeod
  • Genre: Christians
  • Subcategory: Theology
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mentor; Revised edition edition (January 1, 1970)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • ePUB size: 1574 kb
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The Deity of Jesus has been questioned by many theologians. This book is a paperback, has 201 pages, and is published by Mentor. Jesus is Lord: Christology Yesterday and Today (9781857924855) by Donald MacLeod. In this volume Donald Macleod considers crucial evidence for the deity of Jesus. Macleod begins by examining three important descriptions from the New Testament itself 'God over all', 'Jesus is Lord' and 'The Son of Man'. Then he surveys the influence of Arianism, including the effect it had on the famous hymnwriter Isaac Watts and on the well-known author Philip Doddridge.

In this volume Donald Macleod considers crucial evidence for the deity of Jesus. You're here Christian Books Index Books Biblical Studies Jesus is Lord: Christology Yesterday and Today. Macleod b. Online family Christian book store.

Donald Macleod is recognized as one of the leading theologians alive. He is also able to explain complex thoughts with simplicity and clarity. This is his contribution to the debate on Christology. It builds on his previous writings about the Godhead and is a new work of international academic standing that is a rigorous theological defense of Christ's deity. both intellectually satisfying and spiritually enriching.

Jesus Is Lord : Christology Yesterday and Today.

Jesus is Lord: Christology Yesterday and Today, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Ross-shire, 2000. Pamphlets by Donald Macleod. Calvinism, Literature and the Imagination, published by the Islands Book Trust, Isle of Lewis, 2009. From Glory to Golgotha, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Ross-shire, 2002. Priorities for the Church, Christian Focus Publications, Fearn, Ross-shire, 2003. The Living Past, Acair, Stornoway, 2006. Angus Macleod: Passion & Paradox Pamphlet published by the Islands Book Trust, Isle of Lewis, 2004. Dictionary Articles by Donald Macleod.

Christology Yesterday and Today. Taylor's conclusion was that the only clear statement of Jesus' deity was Thomas' words 'My Lord and my Go. In a later article in Expository Times Dr Michael Austin dismissed even this. His conclusion? 'The New Testament makes no unambiguous claim to Jesus' divinity. All this will come as a considerable surprise to ordinary readers of the New Testament! Donald Macleod is recognised as one of the leading theologians alive. Published January 2001 by Mentor.

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Jubilee Bible 2000 Jesus Christ the same yesterday and today and for the ages

Jubilee Bible 2000 Jesus Christ the same yesterday and today and for the ages. King James 2000 Bible Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever. Genesis 21:33 And Abraham planted a tamarisk tree in Beersheba, and there he called upon the name of the LORD, the Eternal God. Exodus 3:14 God said to Moses, "I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: 'I AM has sent me to yo. "

The Expository Times once contained a famous article by Vincent Taylor asking the question 'Does the New Testament call Jesus God?' Twenty years before Rudolf Bultmann said 'In describing Christ as God the New Testament still exercises great restraint.'

Taylor's conclusion was that the only clear statement of Jesus' deity was Thomas' words 'My Lord and my God.' In a later article in Expository Times Dr Michael Austin dismissed even this. His conclusion? 'The New Testament makes no unambiguous claim to Jesus' divinity.'

All this will come as a considerable surprise to ordinary readers of the New Testament!

Donald Macleod is recognised as one of the leading theologians alive. He is also able to explain complex thoughts with simplicity and clarity. This is his contribution to the debate on Christology. It builds on his previous writings about the Godhead and is a new work of international academic standing that is a rigorous theological defence of Christ's deity.

Comments: (2)
Bulace
Great book, however you must follow the scriptures as well in order to gain a full insight as to who Christ is. I would definitely recommend it for students of the Word, this is not a book to read at your leisure. Read for studying purposes.
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I am quite critical of Macleod's theology in other areas, but he has done his homework on aspects of Christology. If one wants to read about the thorny issues in Christology, see Macleod's larger work published by IVP. If one wants a case-study of Scottish Reformed christology as it responds to aberrant 19th century Christologies, then this is the work for you. One thing Macleod did was anticipate the popularity of "Kenotic" Christologies. Today we see hippie evangelicals mindlessly embracing it and the "truly Reformed" attacking even the word Kenosis (never mind St Paul's usage). Macleod maintains a balance, even if he doesn't take advantage of the discussion to note that one can maintain *a* Kenotic Christology by noting kenosis as a *way* in which God became man (see healthy doses of Sts Cyril and Athanasius--Logos did not come *in* man but *as* man).

Conclusion

It's an okay work. It's not the work for which he is popular. Get it for historical interest only.
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