Religion

The Murder of Christ

Author: Wilhelm Reich

Publisher: Macmillan

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Category: Religion

Page: 244

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In this profound and moving work, the scientist Wilhelm Reich explores the meaning of Christ's life and reveals the hidden, universal scourge that caused his agonizing death--The Emotional Plague of Mankind. Reich contends that man is faced with full responsibility for the murder of Christ all through the ages--for the murder of fellow human beings, no matter what the circumstances. Here is the blunt truth about people's true ways of being, acting and emotional reacting. Here, also, the lesson of the murder of Christ is applied to the contemporary social scene. The tragedy of Reich's own death points up the fact that the problems presented in THE MURDER OF CHRIST are acute problems of present-day society.
Religion

The Murder of Jesus

Author: John F. MacArthur

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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The pieces are in place. The curtain rises for the final act. God is about to die. An unprecedented conspiracy of injustice, cruelty, and religious and political interests sentenced a man guilty of no crimes to the most barbaric method of execution ever devised. The victim was no mere man. Jesus was God in the flesh. The Creator of life died. How did such a thing come to be? Who were the onlookers, the players, the fakes, frauds, and heroes? What was it like in the Upper Room that night, in the shadows of Gethsemane, or in the Praetorium awaiting Pilate's verdict? What is the meaning of the last words Jesus uttered as He gasped for breath on the cross? What if all the facts you now so well could come alive in your ind and heart as a living story, rather than as a 2000-year-old ancient account? By piecing together the narrative from the perspective of the participants, John MacArthur invites you to relive the most awesome injustice in the history of man, the unparalleled triumph of the sovereignty of God, and the passion of Christ.
Religion

The Murder of Jesus

Author: John MacArthur

Publisher: Nelson Reference & Electronic Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 68

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The story of Christ's crucifixion has become so familiar that it has lost its ability to shock, outrage or stir any emotion. Popular pastor and author, John MacArthur presents this pivotal moment in the life of Jesus in a way that forces viewers to witness this event in all its power. The passion of Christ is examined chronologically through the lens of the New Testament with special attention given to Jesus' words on the cross, the miracles that attended the crucifixion, and the significance of Christ's atoning work.

The Murder of Jesus Christ

Author: Tomislav Tikulin

Publisher:

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Page: 276

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A riveting and jaw-dropping novel about David Abelman, who goes back in time and murders Jesus when he was a teenager.What David doesn't expect is for Jesus to reappear today as a 19-year old girl in upstate New York.Would he believe?Would you?
Religion

What Think You of Christ?

Author: John A. Marshall

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 453

View: 328

American Catholics have been discouraged, alienated, and outraged, but they have not lost their faith. Here is a book that can help them see beyond the scandals and the conflicts to the reasons they are Catholics in the first place. The late Bishop John Marshall, under instructions from Pope John Paul II, studied all seminaries in the United States. The result of his work was sweeping reform in the seminaries. In these meditations, Bishop Marshall focuses on the Gospel message, the role of the Church, and how believers can become better Christians.
Religion

The Gospel According to Christ

Author: Mark A. Stelter

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 254

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Christianity is in crisis. We live in a time when millions of people profoundly misunderstand the message of the Gospel. They believe that being a Christian means little more than being a nice person. They view Jesus as a wise moral teacher who showed us how to live better lives, and they conclude that the love of humanity is our greatest cause and its progress our primary purpose. Whatever else may be said of this view of Christianity, it is certainly not what Jesus taught. It is an attempt to replace the concepts of sin, redemption, and salvation with the more socially acceptable virtues of tolerance, compassion, and social progress. It elevates humanity and the world above God and his kingdom and reduces Jesus to a mere moral philosopher. But who did Jesus say he was? What was the essential message of Christ? The Gospel According to Christ answers those questions by examining the words of Jesus, in their context and in their entirety. The answers will be shocking to many Christians.