A Man Approved of God
David's Books, 2007 - 88 páginas
David J. Keyser, Ph.D. ** Christian Theology ** This book is about the humanity of Jesus Christ. The Christian Church has neglected this important Christian truth for too long. An understanding of the humanity of Jesus has been sacrificed to our understanding of his divinity. He is indeed Divine. But it is a costly mistake to forget about his humanity; it is here that we find our identity with Him. ISBN: 9780615164557 -- Dr. David J. Keyser has served as an international theology teacher and college adjunct faculty. His earned degrees include a B.S., an M.Div, an M.S., a Th.M., and a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology with a specialization in Pneumatology (the study of The Holy Spirit) from the University of Saint Andrews in Scotland, Presbyterianism's oldest University. His interests include the humanity of Christ, The Holy Spirit and Biblical fiction.
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