Portraits of Jesus: A Reading Guide (Paperback)Robert Imperato (author)
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This new edition adds historical context to the portraits of Jesus as each document is somewhat shaped by historical factors. This work presumes neither religious faith nor lack of faith; its aim is to inform and to stimulate some fundamental questions as well as to give the readers portraits as synthetic balance to the vital work of analysis.
Publisher: University Press of America
Number of pages: 100
Weight: 168 g
Dimensions: 223 x 153 x 7 mm
Edition: Third Edition
Dr. Imperato makes Jesus come alive in the pages of his Portraits of Jesus. In a scholarly fashion, he portrays Jesus to the everyday individual, giving a more than adequate overview of the salient features of our Lord's life and ministry.
I teach New Testament to college freshmen and sophomores who have little or no formal background in the New Testament. I find that they relate well to the models provided by Dr. Imperato. Many who know something of the life of Jesus have "aha" moments when we read and discuss the portraits from his perspective. -- Paul McCuistion, Doctor of Ministry Program Director, South University
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