Almost everyone has an opinion about Jesus, be it conscious or unconscious, rational or irrational. But what do you make of him? And why do you believe what you believe about Jesus?
Graham McFarlane characteristically comes from an original angle in this stimulating book. He encourages you not only to acknowledge what you believe about Jesus, but to ask yourself why you believe it.
This highly accessible and thought-provoking book is part of the Theological Foundations series, which explores the main tenets of Christianity at a popular level. It is humorously illustrated, anecdotal, clear, and concise, whilst allowing you to contemplate your faith and arrive at an informed and objective opinion.
Graham McFarlane is Lecturer in Systematic Theology at London Bible College. He is the author of Christ and the Spirit: The Doctrine of Incarnation according to Edward Irving, and in the same series as this title, Why Do You Believe What You Believe About the Holy Spirit?