Jesus Hb Hardback
by Frank Viola; Leonard Sweet;
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Virtually every Jesus biography begins with the nativity account in Bethlehem. In this groundbreaking new book, Leonard Sweet and Frank Viola begin before time in the Triune God and tell the complete interconnected story of Jesus from Genesis to Revelation.
Biographies of Jesus have generally been written by those trying to investigate the historical Jesus. On the flip side, those interested in tracing the biblical narrative are typically uninterested in historical Jesus studies. These two approaches have yet to converge, until now.
The Old and New Testaments are not two separate entities. Once we see the combined narrative, everything gels into a coherent, understandable and amazing story. The story is not just salvation history as many people call it. Rather, it is the story of Jesus Christ one person in two natures (divine and human) with four ministries (prophet, priest, king, sage) and four biographies. Every bit of scripture is part of the same great story, what the authors refer to collectively as the theography of Jesus.
The 27 books of the New Testament are a commentary on the Old Testament. Once this is properly understood, everything changes, and biblical identity is found in the character of Christ and in the narrative codes of his entire existencethe greatest story ever told.
Jesus Hb by Frank Viola; Leonard Sweet was published by Thomas Nelson in September 2012 and is our 25666th best seller. The ISBN for Jesus Hb is 9780849947025.
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|Page last updated||3rd July 2017|
|Author / Artist||Frank Viola; Leonard Sweet|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (September 2012)|
|Number of Pages||448|