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How Jesus Became God In The Flesh: The…

How Jesus Became God In The Flesh: The Proper Exaltation Of A Prophet From…

by Mike Robinson

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Having read Mike Robinson’s ‘God’s Not Dead’, I approached ‘How Jesus Become God in the Flesh’ with a certain expectation. And I wasn’t disappointed: Mike delivers—intellectually, emotionally, spiritually. His masterful tackling of the important matter of the true nature of Jesus Christ’s “God-hood” is something that must be read to be believed.

At its heart, ‘How Jesus became God in the Flesh’ has a simple thesis: to answer and debunk the multitude of differing opinions regarding the divinity of Christ. Modern perception about Christ’s divinity has been diverse, although more often than not, self-serving and meant to reflect the fashion of the day. Mike Robinson does not accept this, and uses his intellect—and proofs from history, the Scripture, philosophy, and even science—to slay the myths with the proverbial broadsword.

How Mike fleshes out his solid research to present an impregnable, solid wall of evidence of Jesus Christ’s divinity is breath-taking to behold: this here is, finally, the book that every faithful Christian must read in order to have the right proofs inform their opinion regarding Christ’s divinity. I can’t emphasize this enough: if you’re a Christian, especially if you’ve been spending the past few years trying to find the truth, get a copy of this book at all cost. You need this. ( )
  jblazarte | Feb 26, 2014 |
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