I am excited to announce that my second book has finally been released. In this book, Charles Lee Irons, Danny Dixon, and I present opposing arguments in regard to the identity of Jesus. The three views expressed in this volume are: the Trinitarian perspective (the Son of God always existed as the second person of the Trinity), the Arian perspective (the Son of God literally preexisted as a created being, but is distinct from God), and the Socinian perspective (the Son of God is the human Messiah who preexisted strictly in the mind and plans of God).
There is actually no other book which approaches the subject of Christology in this manner, that is, by allowing three different interpreters to civilly engage each other in a scholarly manner (similar to a debate).
The volume can be purchased directly from Wipf and Stock here, but we hope that it will soon be available on Amazon.com.
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And the fourth perspective the book presents, in that painting, of Christ being a deadly-sexy long-haired supermodel-celebrity-rockstar.
You’d prefer a homely Jesus with a butch?