Knowing Jesus

James Alison

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Knowing Jesus

Knowing Jesus A new edition of an analysis of the influence of Jesus in the world today written by the author of LIVING IN THE END TIMES and THE JOY OF BEING WRONG It is suitable for use in group work and contains

  • Title: Knowing Jesus
  • Author: James Alison
  • ISBN: 9780281052226
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • A new edition of an analysis of the influence of Jesus in the world today, written by the author of LIVING IN THE END TIMES and THE JOY OF BEING WRONG It is suitable for use in group work and contains questions at the end of each chapter for individual study or group discussion.

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    1. Brett Salkeld on said:

      This is the book I will recommend from now on to anyone who wonders what it means to call Jesus "savior." This is the best short presentation I've ever seen of what we are saved from and what we are saved for. The fourth (and final) chapter is simply masterful.This is one of those "buy-two-copies" books. One for yourself, and one to give away.

    2. Ray LaManna on said:

      This is a rather deep and enlightening book about a person's relationship with Jesus.

    3. Annabel on said:

      I started reading this while on retreat at the Convent of the Order of St. Helena, up in Vails Gate, NY. I got about halfway through and was very much interested by Alison's take on the resurrection and the importance of the simultaneous coexistence of the always-crucified and always-risen natures of Jesus being more than paradox. Also interesting was Alison's take on the "intelligence of the victim" as a means to breaking free from the violence of ordinary/normal human relations(hips). I need t [...]

    4. Aeisele on said:

      This is the second book I've read by Alison, and I really like him. Except for some of his stuff on Girard (which I'm not entirely convinced by), this is the best exposition of the resurrection and its affect on the disciples that I have ever read.

    5. Chris Leonard on said:

      Good ideas, certainly. I wasn't a huge fan of the writing or the format (as it was adapted from a talk). Definitely will reread in a few years, as my knowledge of theology increases.

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