CHRISTIOLOGY AND PERSONALITY by  Singh

CHRISTIOLOGY AND PERSONALITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

After a interchange with Foreword writer Nels F. S. Ferre, Dr. Singh makes a of Christology, first examining the subject in terms of the and setting of the early Church, and then reviewing the wide range given the subject . He then examines the Biblical sources which make no attempt at , but do show God in action through Jesus Christ, presented sometimes a human and sometimes as divine. Dr. Singh resolves the duality of Christ's nature attention to Jesus Christ as a new form of humanity in which to the book and worth its whole price is a two-chapter of with the kind of thinking which modern Hinduism presents to the world, and Dr. Singh is able to emphasize the unusual form of God's Revelation in book for , seminary students and those interested in the at the Christian faith with another religion.

Pub Date: Oct. 23rd, 1961
Publisher: Westminster