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The Person of Christ: The Perfection of His Humanity Viewed as a Proof of His Divinity (Classic Reprint)

Philip Schaff

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ISBN 10: 1440041075 / ISBN 13: 9781440041075
Published by Forgotten Books, 2010
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Title: The Person of Christ: The Perfection of His ...

Publisher: Forgotten Books

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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PREFACE
" What do ye think of the Son of Man ?" This is the religions question of the age. The result of the renewed struggle cannot he doubtful: in all theological controversies, truth is the gainer in the end. Though nailed to the cross and buried in the tomb, it rises again triumphant over error, taking captivity captive, and changing at times even a bitter foe, like Saul of Tarsus, into a devoted friend. Goethe says: " The conflict of faith and unbelief remains the proper, the only, the deepest theme of the history of the world and mankind, to which all others are subordinated." This very conflict centres in the Christological problem.
The question of Christ is the question of Christianity, which is the manifestation of his life in the world; it is the question of the Church, which rests upon him as the immovable rock ; it is the question of history, which revolves around him as

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