Item description for Jesus I Never Knew-Study Guide by Philip Yancey & Brenda Quinn...
Overview A complete study guide and workbook for "The Jesus I Never Knew," this recipient of the 1996 Gold Medallion Christian Book of the Year and ongoing best-seller for Zondervan will help the reader in his or her process of rediscovering Jesus.
Publishers Description Voted Book of the Year Philip Yancey s bestselling book The Jesus I Never Knew peeled away popular stereotypes to present a brilliant and fascinating portrait of Christ. Now individuals and groups can join Yancey in this probing look at Jesus Christ---his teachings, his miracles, his death and resurrection, and ultimately, who he was and why he came. This study guide helps readers press beyond the traditional picture to uncover a Jesus who is brilliant, creative, challenging, fearless, compassionate, unpredictable, and ultimately satisfying. Each chapter begins with Yancey s reflections on rediscovering Jesus. Questions that stimulate journaling follow, with note-writing sections that assist the reader in . Seeing Jesus through Scripture . Looking at Jesus Within and Without . Being Seen by Jesus . Further Glimpses of Jesus . Gazing on Jesus This Week Also included are Yancey s suggestions for viewing Hollywood films on Jesus, with optional directions about film usage in studying The Jesus I Never Knew."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.88" Width: 5.32" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Release Date Jun 3, 1997
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 0310218055 ISBN13 9780310218050 UPC 025986218058
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More About Philip Yancey & Brenda Quinn
Philip Yancey is a distinguished writer with 20 books to his credit and a total of more than seven million copies in print. His books, including The Jesus I Never Knew, What s So Amazing About Grace? and Where Is God When It Hurts? have won a total of twelve Gold Medallion Awards. He has been published in Reader s Digest, Christianity Today, and The Saturday Evening Post."
Philip Yancey currently resides in the state of Colorado. Philip Yancey was born in 1949.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Jesus I Never Knew-Study Guide?
An Incredible Thought Provoker Jan 4, 2007
I have spent a fairly large part of a long life in Sunday School, church,Bible Classes, college courses, and daily reading of the Bible and myriad magazine, tracts etc. But never have I experienced a deeper mind shaking treatise on faith and understanding of what Jesus was doing and intended while he taught his disciples and listeners/observers during his time on earth as described in the 4 gospels. My understanding of passages I never could comprehend before is wonderfully satisfying and truly exhilerating. I haven't stopped thinking about it, and doubt I ever will.
Jesus I Never Knew Study Guide Aug 2, 2005
The study guide is an excellent resource for anyone facilitating small group discussion on Yancey's book. The suggestions for how to enhance the discussion are doable, and a variety of options are presented. The study guide is well worth the price.
Food for thought Jul 3, 2005
Yancey does a good job about allowing us to paint a picture of Jesus in our eyes, and not that of Hollywood. Too often we draw conclusions based upon an image that is handed to us through advertising or visual media. The book takes you through 14 different lessons that help you experience Jesus. Afterall, being a Christian is not about the church, not about hype, not about anything else but your personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
A Child Called Jesus May 23, 2004
Decades ago when George Lucas presented STAR WARS for the first time, certain movie reviewers criticized it for its "silliness" and that "it would be easily forgotten." How wrong they were, and how embarrassed they now must be.
Variety has criticized films that are ahead of their time. Take for example the TV movie A CHILD CALLED JESUS, starring Matteo Bellina. Variety complains about long shots, excessive makeup, amateur sets, unrealistic dialogue and unsynchronized dubbing.
But many people who have seen this film have praised it for its uniqueness compared to other Jesus films. Just visit www.imdb.com for reviews about this film. If you watch it, you will be mesmerized by the long shots; you will see that the makeup is NOT excessive (the actors have very natural skin tones compared to Cecil B. de Mille actors); you will observe that the sets are as natural as they should be in a Middle Eastern country; you will appreciate the dialogue as the words would personally touch you; you will tolerate the dubbing because this isn't even the fault of the filmmakers.
I am glad that this book is recommending the watching of this film to help readers understand the Jesus they never knew. Although it may seem that some parts are apocryphal, they do not necessarily go against the Gospels. These unbiblical scenes "could have happened" -- for didn't the evangelist John say that Jesus did so many things that they couldn't be fit into the Gospels?
If you are interested in owning an English copy of A CHILD CALLED JESUS, kindly email me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Great Study Guide Jun 20, 2002
While I was in Seminary school, the book was used for a class about Jesus and who He really is. This guide helped me tremendously. In the future, I plan to get the entire teaching package, including the videos.