Almost two millennia ago, a group of Jewish leaders plotted the execution of a young man, Jesus of Nazareth. The death of this young Jew has had implications for the whole of humankind ever since. The Miracles of the Messiah re-examines the events of those days and places them in the culture of the period. It will seek to answer the following questions:
-Did Jesus of Nazareth claim to be anything more than a travelling teacher? If so, what were his claims?
-Did He provide any evidence to suggest that He had a special ministry? If so, what was that evidence?
-How did the nation’s leaders investigate His claims and come to their decision?
-How did Jesus respond to the decision of the nation’s leaders to execute Him?
A right understanding of the answers to these questions is necessary to appreciate how one decision, made by a relatively small number of men, in a small, Middle Eastern country, could have affected countless generations of people ever since.
Other book titles by Bryan Sheldon:
The Messiah and the Feasts of Israel
The Messiah and the Covenants of Israel
More than Just a Messiah: Jesus of Nazareth