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No one who meets Jesus ever stays the same, says Yancey.
In The Jesus I Never Knew, he breaks down his inquiry into three parts, examining Jesus as a first century Jew; Jesus teaching, miracles, death, and resurrection; and what Jesus ascension means for the world.
The Jesus I never knew.
A life I never knew, The World of Jesus of Montreal,
No one who meets Jesus ever stays the the Gender Issue in China same. What he discovered in those pages so startled him that he determined to make a film using no text but the actual words from Matthew's gospel. It took the church five centuries of active debate to agree on some sort of epistemological balance between just like everyone else and something different. Reading the accounts, it is hard to find anyone who does not at some point or another take offense. My favorite modern author is Philip Yancey. As I read, I felt I was watching a play with human characters who acted out their lives of small triumph and large tragedy onstage, while periodically calling to an unseen Stage Manager, You don't know what it's like out here! I am not tempted to write about Julius Caesar or the Chinese emperor who built the Great Wall. His face was thin and handsome, his skin waxen and milky white. Students testifying about their faith casually dropped in phrases like The Lord told. One song told about walking beside him in a garden with dew still on the roses. Indeed, he seemed more emotional and spontaneous than the average person, not less.