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Jesus: Minister of Conflict examines the issues over which Jesus of Nazareth battled with members of the various Jewish factions he encountered as he made his bid for control of the hearts and minds of his countrymen. Revealing the often confrontational and fiery side of Jesus, the text explores a number of thematic elements that emerge from within the pages of the Gospels, including Jesus and his interaction with publicans and sinners and his practice of making revisions to the Law. Each of the subjects is explored in a detail that exposes the intense nature of the conflict that developed and which eventually led to the arrest, trials, and execution of Jesus.
Jesus: Minister of Conflict is the first book in the series The Unknown Jesus, and is the companion to Jesus: the Cost of Discipleship. Using the accounts provided by the four so-called canonical Gospels, the series the Unknown Jesus explores Jesus of Nazareth and those aspects of his life and ministry which are clearly defined within the Biblical texts, yet which are rarely discussed or even recognized. The series reveals the confrontational, demanding, and uncompromising character of Jesus that runs counter to the picture often portrayed by Christendom and popular culture. Both books were written in an objective style, and are intended to be enjoyed by all audiences.
Jesus: Minister of Conflict and Jesus: the Cost of Discipleship are also available at a reduced price in a single volume under the title The Unknown Jesus.
The author is a member of American Mensa and Mensa Internatonal.
bound: 104 pages
publisher: Dan Watson; 1 edition (January 10, 2014)
filesize: 379 KB