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Man, Myth, Messiah Answering History's Greatest Question
By Rice Broocks
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 8/5 Angie wrote: In reading through this book, I found some of the arguments that are used are not being completely backed up and are somewhat aggressive towards non-believers. The author brings up some strong view points but just doesn’t always follow through with the key concepts in a way that is congruent with ... I thought this book did not meet the need for non-believers
On 7/12 Joe Mendes wrote: Broocks has once again released a simple and easy to follow narrative of the evidence behind the deity of Christ. Written as a sequel to his book God’s Not Dead, Broocks continues to drive home the evidence for the Christian faith. In Man, Myth, Messiah, Broocks begins with the question of the deity ... Jesus Christ - Man, Myth, or Messiah?
On 7/11 Jenn Grandlienard wrote: I loved the first movie, God’s Not Dead, so when I saw this book, I wanted to read it right away! I haven’t actually seen God’s Not Dead 2, but definitely plan to! This book was great…it’s a great help to anyone questioning the existence of Jesus. This book helps prove that Jesus did in fact ... Amazing book!!
On 7/6 Donnie Haflich wrote: Spurgeon once said, "The most important question concerning any man living is this, is he a saved soul or no? It is of comparatively little consequence whether he be rich or poor, educated or uneducated, compared with this. Is he among the living before God or is he dead in sins? Is he pardoned or unpardoned? ... Man, Myth, Messiah: Answering History's Greatest Question
On 6/30 Mark Evans wrote: In this book Brooks set out to prove the reliability of the Gospels, the reality of the crucifixion, resurrection, incarnation, and miracles. Broocks did not write this book to promote his own scholarship, and you don’t have to be a scholar to read and understand it. In the last two chapters of the ... The best thing about this book, Brooks concludes with an emphasis on evangelism.
On 6/27 Heather Schuldt wrote: Our world has people who want to know if Jesus really existed. From every city, tribe, and nation, people want to know if Jesus was a real man or if he existed at all. Some people say that Jesus not only existed for real in history, but he was the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies that were anticipating ... Horus, Krishna, Osiris, and Dionysis are Examined and Challenged
On 6/20 Adriana Gabrielle wrote: I first heard of Man, Myth, Messiah in God’s Not Dead 2 and I was instantly intrigued as to what it was about. So I was quite excited to have been able to read this as a review copy. “Man, Myth, Messiah” is a great book that shows you how and talks about defending your own faith and what you believe ... Man, Myth, Messiah
On 6/10 Trista Wilson wrote: I didn't get a chance to read the book which inspired the popular movie "God's Not Dead," but I did watch the movie and absolutely loved it. In a culture like we live in where everyone depends on themselves it can be very easy to overlook the fact that we are all created beings, and if we are created ... BLB Review - Man Myth Messiah
On 6/6 IONNES wrote: I was given a copy of the book Man, Myth, Messiah by Rice Broocks to read by the publisher for the purposes of reading it and giving an honest review. This is that honest review. It hasn’t been swayed in any way by the fact that I got the book for free. Now that the business is concluded, on to the ... Man, Myth Messiah, A Review
On 6/2 comfyreading wrote: I know in my mind that Jesus existed, and I know he was raised from the dead and all the other good stuff that happened all those years ago. What this book claims, is that it will give me even more solid information about the man we have come to know as the Son of God. This book claims that it has answers ... Confirmation Bias at it's best