The Mind of Jesus

Paperback | January 1, 1976

byWilliam Barclay

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Provides a clearer understanding of the entire personality of Jesus, so readers can know him better and love him more.

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Jesus suffered, doubted, hoped, feared, dreamed, wept, knew loneliness, planned, and built. William Barclay achieve in The Mind of Jesus his aim 'to make the figure of Jesus more vividly alive, so that we may know him better and love him more.'

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Provides a clearer understanding of the entire personality of Jesus, so readers can know him better and love him more.

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Jesus suffered, doubted, hoped, feared, dreamed, wept, knew loneliness, planned, and built. William Barclay achieve in The Mind of Jesus his aim 'to make the figure of Jesus more vividly alive, so that we may know him better and love him more.'

William Barclay has been Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism at Glasgow University since 1963. A gifted scholar and preacher, he has made it his lifework to share his understanding of the Bible with the lay person. A regular contributor to British magazines and journals, he is also an experiences radio and TV broadcaster. The ...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:352 pagesPublished:January 1, 1976Publisher:Harper San Francisco

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ISBN - 10:0060604514

ISBN - 13:9780060604516

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Jesus suffered, doubted, hoped, feared, dreamed, wept, knew loneliness, planned, and built. William Barclay achieve in The Mind of Jesus his aim 'to make the figure of Jesus more vividly alive, so that we may know him better and love him more.'