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More Than A Prophet: The Identity of Jesus from the Bible, Qur'an and Early Sources

Mere prophet, Son of God, God incarnate? Who was Jesus? More Than A Prophet presents the identity of Jesus from the Bible, the Qur’an, and early Christian source. What did Jesus’ followers say about him? What did his enemies say? What did Jesus say about himself? What did the generations after the apostles say? Christian apologist and lawyer John Stewart makes a compelling case in support of Jesus being much more than a good moral teacher or even an inspired prophet. He demonstrates that the attributes Christianity and Islam ascribe only to God are attributed to Jesus. Christians, Muslims and anyone seeing truth will find this book highly persuasive.

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In Defense of the Gospels: The Case for Reliability

Christianity stands or falls on whether the Gospel accounts of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus are true.  Are the accounts reliable? What is the evidence?

Most people have heard of the Gospels-Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John-writings that tell about the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.  Some people see the Gospels as true accounts of what Jesus said and did, while other see them as religious fiction.  Lawyer and Christian Apologist John Stewart examines the question of whether the Gospels are reliable accounts of Jesus by investigating the six main questions people have about the Gospels:

*Were the Gospels written during the lifetime of eyewitnesses to the events?

*Who wrote the Gospels-are they anonymous, or are the authors known?

*Does the evidence show the Gospel writers were honest or biased?

*Are there "Lost Gospels" that were intentionally kept out of the Bible?

*Has the working of the Gospels been changed from what they originally said?

*Do history and archaeology confirm the reliability of Gospel accounts?

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