The Lord Jesus Christ

The Lord Jesus Christ

Lexham Press

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Jesus is the divine Son of God who has taken on human nature in the incarnation. As prophet, priest, and king, he leads his people in a new exodus. In The Lord Jesus Christ, Brandon D. Crowe reflects on Christ’s person and work. Crowe traces christological concerns throughout the Old and New Testaments and church history and then presents systematic and practical implications. Through a combination of biblical, historical, and theological study, Crowe provides a fresh and robust statement of who Christ is and what he has done.

Written from a confessionally Reformed perspective in dialogue with the great creeds of the church, The Lord Jesus Christprovides a thorough and trustworthy guide to understanding Jesus and his salvific work.


Endorsements 

These pages simply increase our admiration for Dr. Crowe’s gifts and our debt of gratitude for the particular gift he offers us in this study. The Lord Jesus Christ is to be treasured—and so is this wonderful book about him.

—Sinclair Ferguson, Chancellor's Chair of Systematic Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary

We have here the solid and clear communication of orthodox doctrine, in a way that combines careful attention to the biblical texts and to the history of doctrine.

—Vern S. Poythress, Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Biblical Interpretation, and Systematic Theology, Westminster Theological Seminary

Here is a solid, readable, faithful Reformed Christology. Comprised of three sections—biblical, historical/dogmatic, and practical—the book provides a clear introduction to the person and work of Jesus Christ. Crowe’s joy in ‘the abiding grace of Jesus Christ’ is manifest on every page.

—Matthew Levering, James N. Jr. and Mary D. Perry Chair of Theology, Mundelein Seminary

Brandon Crowe has produced a substantial systematic statement of Christology for our day, uniting exegetical rigor, historical sensitivity, and theological profundity as well as igniting proclamation and mission by giving the church plenty of fuel for our highest end: knowing Jesus Christ.

—Harrison Perkins, pastor, Oakland Hills Community Church (OPC)

The precise intertwining of exegesis, systematic theology, and devotion makes this one of the best recent books on Christology that I have read. It is solid, thorough, and readable.

—Ryan M. McGraw, Morton H. Smith Professor of Systematic Theology, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary


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