This book is an introductory guide to the ways Jesus is depicted in the New Testament. This is an exploration of what New Testament authors want to say with inklings about why they have written.
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About the Author
Robert Imperato is professor of religion at Saint Leo University and author of Christian Footings, Early and Medieval Christian Spirituality, and Merton and Walsh on the Person.
Table of ContentsTable of Contents
Chapter One: Mark’s Portrait of Jesus
Chapter Two: Matthew’s Portrait of Jesus
Chapter Three: Luke
Chapter Four: Jesus in John’s Gospel
Chapter Five: Paul