Is Jesus God? The Biblical Case for the Deity of Christ
This little volume offers a constructive argument for the deity of Christ. It owes its origin to an attempt by the members of a class in Princeton Theological Seminary during the session of 1911–1912—the Centennial Session of the Seminary—to give a reasoned answer to a series of inquiries. These, taken in sequence, raised the salient questions which everyone must face who undertakes to investigate historically the evidence for the deity of Christ.
These inquiries, in their order, are:
- Does the Christian Church teach the Deity of Christ?
- Has the Christian Church always taught the Deity of Christ?
- Do the New Testament writers teach the Deity of Christ?
- Do the Evangelists represent Christ as Himself teaching His Deity?
- Did Jesus teach His own Deity?
- Is Christ God?
Here, then, is an indispensable introduction and reference to an all-important issue that has confronted every generation of believers within the Church since the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.