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Challenge of Jesus (2nd Edition)

Challenge of Jesus (2nd Edition)
This is a new edition of Professor Wright's account of the historical impact and life-changing significance of Jesus, then and now. It is a compelling picture that rings true to the resurrected Christ of Christian belief, worship and experience.
Our Price: £12.99
ISBN/EAN: 9780281073863
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Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Author: N. T. Wright
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This second edition by a world-renowned theologian and communicator has a new preface in which Professor Wright sets out developments in theology and in the world - particularly in the 21st century which need to be addressed. The theological concerns relate to the Temple, Jesus' self-understanding and what he meant by the 'kingdom of God' This book makes accessible to lay readers the arguments he laid out in Jesus and the Victory of God (SPCK, 1996). Professor Wright adds a discussion of the resurrection, and addresses the prickly problem of relevance. In the first six chapters, he tackles many of the questions of the historical Jesus debate. He then addresses how all these historical-cum-theological issues are significant for Christians living in a postmodern world.
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