Saturday, August 24, 2013

Killing Christ: Contesting Trendy Critics Regarding The Death and Resurrection of Jesus

Killing Christ: Contesting Trendy Critics Regarding The Death and Resurrection of Jesus [Kindle Edition]

The death of Jesus stands at the very center of Christianity. Still, many are confused about the reasons for the killing of Jesus, for many deviant views are saturating the media.

Now Mike Robinson, pastor and author of numerous books on apologetics, unlocks fresh insights into the trial and killing of Jesus Christ as he explores how and why Christ died. Resting upon Scripture, Robinson’s Killing Christ is an insightful 
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look at the death of Christ using ancient Jewish and Roman sources. In it, Robinson shows how the story of the arrest, trial, and killing of Jesus is at once transcendent, historical, and religious, calling each of us to know the truth regarding Christ’s crucifixion.
Killing Christ reveals the truth about:

  • The Arrest of Jesus Christ
  • The Various Trials of Christ: An Apologetic Approach
  • The Errors of the Trendy Critics (Bill O’Reilly, Reza Aslan, Bart Ehrman, etc.)
  • The First Good Friday and Its Redemptive Provision
  • The Ancient Rabbinic, Roman, and Non-biblical Historical Accounts
  • The Proof of the Resurrection of Christ: The Facts within a Certain Rational Framework
  • Who Really Killed Jesus?
  • The Evidence of The Historicity of Christ’s Life, Death, and Resurrection

In this fully loaded apologetics resource, Robinson gives a complete biblical account of the events leading up to the illegal trials, killing, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Drawn from numerous ancient documents and archives, the infinitely lofty as well as the minutia of facts are examined within the Jewish and Roman proceedings that led to the atoning death of the Son of God. It is a remarkable look at the killing of Jesus Christ, and one that will leave an unforgettable imprint on every reader.
Mike Robinson, author of dozens of books on apologetics, the long-time pastor of Christ Covenant Church and instructor at CCBS.

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