GOD WAS IN CHRIST by Donald M. Baillie


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This essay on the incarnation and the atonement is a timely reorientation of the problem of Christology to a generation of Protestants who have lived through a long period of research and emphasis upon ""the Jesus of history"" and now is faced with a seeming rejection of that point of view by the neo-orthodox or realistic theologians of Europe and America. Since there is a current increase of interest in theology and because there is widespread divergence of opinion between the various schools of thought, it is of the utmost importance to have this study of the religious approach to the of Christ's person made available to the average reader. The author's brother, John Baillie, is well known in the United States, but Professor Donald Baillie through this book deserves a wide following in his own right, for he has proven that a book logical subject can be made act only understandable but interesting to the .

Publisher: Scribner