Item description for Was Christ God? by Spiros Zodhiates...
Overview Intellectual honesty requires that we study the record carefully and without bias. One of the most important sections of that record is John 1:1-18, the portion of Scripture under consideration in this volume. If this section is understood, the rest of the New Testament record about the pre-existence of the Child of Bethlehem, His life, death, resurrection, ascension, and post-ascension ministry will be more clearly comprehended. Since this record was originally given in the Greek language, we have endeavored, in as much detail as we thought feasible, to explain and illustrate almost every word in these eighteen verses from the Nestle's Greek Text of the NT.
Publishers Description Gleaned from John 1:1-18, this is a richly detailed study of who Christ is, starting from before His incarnation.
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Spiros Zodhiates was a recognized authority on the Greek New Testament, and had edited and edition of the Modern Greek New Testament. Dr. Zodhiates was formerly the president of AMG International (Advancing the Ministries of the Gospel) a worldwide evangelistic and relief ministry. He had authored more than 150 exegetical books and booklets in both the Greek and English languages. He was the main editor for the Hebrew-Greek Key Word Study Bible, which has sold over 1.8 million copies since 1984. Dr. Zodhiates passed away in October 2009.
Spiros Zodhiates currently resides in Chattanooga, in the state of Tennessee.
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Understanding the immensity of Christ for first time Jul 12, 2001
After a lifetime of worshipping Christ in faith, this book has opened an entirely new perspective on who Jesus really was. By offering a grammatical expose of the origitan Greek together with the implications of the meaning of the text, Zodhiates unravels what is normally a mystery accepted by faith into nourishment for the intellect. Does the Bible not say we should love Him with all our hearts, our souls and our MINDS? This book is a must for readers who are no longer satisfied with the lollypop exegeses and Gospel that are flooding the market, especially for those who want to know more but do not have the benefit of knowing the Biblical languages. For an amateur, this book reveals what the theologians take for granted but seldomly convey to ordinary people. It requires concentration and time, but it is worth every word's reading and contemplation. I have found this explanation of the text also extremely helpful in my discussions with Muslims about the deity of Christ. It is a must for missionaries who deal with Muslims who enter into debate with Christians from an intellectual angle.