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Paperback Book Details
  • 05/2020
  • 9781951913458
  • 654 pages
  • $14.99
Hardcover Book Details
  • 06/2020
  • 9781951913687
  • 654 pages
  • $21.99
Anna Cortez
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Who is Jesus Christ: The Complete Story
This book contains the complete story of the Lord Jesus Christ as presented in the mystery's of the Holy Bible. Certain hidden proofs are unraveled and brought to light that he was with the Father when the heaven and earth were created; that he is the eternal light of God; that he created everything on the earth; that it was his light that was blown into the nostrils of the created man, and caused man to became a living soul; that he is the creator of the Sun, moon and stars; that he was a close friend of the prophet Abraham; that he was with Moses and the children of Israel when they crossed through the Red Sea, and he also guided them for forty years through the Sinai desert to the promised land; that he was the one voice that spoke to all the prophets in the Old Testament; that April 1, 5 BC marks the time of his during the month of the Passover; that he died on a cross as the Passover lamb.
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Who Is Jesus Christ: The Complete Story
by Abraham Howard, Jr.
Lettra Press

book review by Barbara Bamberger Scott

"Therefore, I say to you, if you lack knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ, and desire to know more, this book is for you."

This informative collection concentrates on New Testament narratives, referring back to Old Testament events when required, with the goal of establishing the identity of Jesus of Nazareth. Author Howard expresses a sincere credo: Jesus Christ always was and will be; he performed miracles, fulfilled prophecies, and rose from the dead. Some of Howard’s ideas deviate from certain church teachings, casting doubt, for example, on the notion of “the rapture” when Christ returns. Using scriptural citations, Howard argues strongly against any sexual act other than for conception. He believes that humans are meant to be vegetarian, referencing “eat no blood”—a commandment established after Noah’s time and reaffirmed in the Law of Moses. He explains, through biblical sources, the meaning of such terms as “idolater,” “sorcerer,” and “whoremonger.” He concludes that those who believe in Jesus Christ may look forward to a spiritual “New Jerusalem.”

Howard is clearly a diligent investigator of scripture with strong convictions. He has taken great care in ordering and ascribing the biblical records presented to prove each point he makes. He groups and gives explanatory titles to biblical quotations, forming chapters about issues such as judgment (“Jesus Is the Judge”) and the power of evil (“Satan on the Earth”). He introduces each chapter in a flowing, almost conversational narrative style, urging his readers to think “outside the box.” He interjects occasional humor, such as suggesting that God created a day of rest, knowing “the workaholic attitude of humans.” However, he rarely strays far from his central theme: readers will benefit by accepting the truth of Christian scripture, acknowledging the role of Jesus Christ in universal history and their personal lives. Howard’s book is both studious and lively, enhanced with many unique perceptions, and would make a worthy focus for Bible study groups.

Formats
Paperback Book Details
  • 05/2020
  • 9781951913458
  • 654 pages
  • $14.99
Hardcover Book Details
  • 06/2020
  • 9781951913687
  • 654 pages
  • $21.99

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