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Overview It is the purpose and plan of the following text to present readers with a brief and edifying overview of the life of Jesus Christ. The author, James Stalker, has done a masterful job at providing readers with the essential details of Christ's life and work so they can easily comprehend the grand scope of the Savior's mission. Helpful maps, Scripture references, chapter questions, and key vocabulary terms have been included in an effort to enhance the study of this book. Students who desire to get the most out of their study of "The Life of Christ" should make use of these helpful resources. Obviously, it is wise for students to read the Bible itself as they move through their study, paying attention to the Scripture references that are provided throughout this textbook.Revised edition, 94 pages. Grade 8.
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Studio: Christian Liberty Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.6" Width: 8.5" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2002
Publisher Christian Liberty Press
Grade Level High School
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
Series Christian Liberty Bible
ISBN 1930367805 ISBN13 9781930367807
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More About James Stalker
"JAMES STALKER "(1848-1927 was one of Scotland's most renowned preachers.
He served as a pastor for twenty-eight years, and as a professor of church history for twenty-four years. Stalker was a widely known scholar who lectured at various institutions.
In addition to his many writings on Christ, Stalker's works include. The Life of Paul, The Preacher and His Models. The Seven Deadly Sins, The Beauty of the Bible, and Men and Morals
James Stalker lived in Aberdeen. James Stalker was born in 1848 and died in 1927.
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Should be considered a classic of Christian literature Aug 25, 2005
James A. Stalker (1848-1929) was a noted pastor and theologian of the Free Church of Scotland, and in 1879 he published this book as a handbook for Bible classes. Taking the Gospel accounts as his sole resource, Dr. Stalker weaves the various threads of Jesus' life together into a coherent and wonderfully understandable biography.
As might be expected from such a Biblical study, certain facts that might be extracted from other resources (such as the existence of the Jewish sect of the Essenes) are completely overlooked. Also, if you have problems with Gospel record, such as considering it anti-Semitic, then you will also dislike this book.
However, as for myself, I enjoyed the way that Dr. Stalker took the many facts I knew about Jesus, and presented me with a coherent story of Jesus' life, with all of the episodes of His life put into context. I found this to be a great read, and think that it ought to be considered a classic of Christian literature. If you love the Biblical account of Jesus' life, then you will enjoy this book - I did!