Great Lives Jesus Paperback
The Greatest Life of All
by Charles R Swindoll;
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Great Lives Jesus
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Jesus Christ. He is, without question, the most influential person in history. Millions of people claim the truths of the religion that bears His name.
But who exactly is Jesus? A popular religious teacher? An ancient martyr? Many today are unsure. Even scholars debate whether the Jesus of history is the Christ of faith. Now, more than ever, we need a clear understanding of the person and work of the man millions call Savior.
In this ninth and final biographical study in the best-selling 'Great Lives from Godís Word series', beloved pastor and Bible teacher Charles Swindoll introduces you to the carpenter from Nazareth as you have never seen Him before.
This fascinating biography, filled with biblical and historical insights, takes you on an unforgettable journey through the complex and provocative life of Jesus of Nazareth. His unique birth. His astonishing power. His controversial teaching. His shocking death. And His world-changing resurrection.
Refreshingly honest and deep, this in-depth profile reveals Jesus with great clarity and offers practical applications for your own life. Whether youíre just curious about Jesus or a longtime follower of His life and teachings, youíll experience His life in a new way as you join Dr. Swindoll in 'Jesus: The Greatest Life of All'.
Great Lives Jesus by Charles R Swindoll was published by Thomas Nelson in January 2010 and is our 15138th best seller. The ISBN for Great Lives Jesus is 9781400202584.
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Details for Great Lives Jesus
|Page last updated||18th November 2012|
|Author / Artist||Charles R Swindoll|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (January 2010)|
|Number of Pages||320|