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PASSIONS OF THE CHRIST

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“A WELCOME ADDITION TO THE STUDY OF EMOTIONS IN THE BIBLE”

 

Passions of the Christ delves into the emotional life of Jesus in the Gospels—his anger, grief, disgust, surprise, compassion, and joy—revealing what mattered most to Jesus and what motivated his mission.

 

“I highly recommend this book to anyone wondering if Jesus might have felt anything as both human and ‘as God’s Son.’ Spencer reads the Gospels with fresh attention to a matter of Jesus studies that previous generations of scholars dismissed—namely, human passions and emotions as essential ingredients in human experience. May the next generation of scholars be so bold and courageous in interpretative endeavors and go about the work of biblical studies in such novel and needed forms!”

Shively T. J. Smith, assistant professor of New Testament, Boston University.

 

“Combining a close exegetical reading of the Gospels with ancient and modern approaches to emotion study, Spencer provides a truly interdisciplinary exploration into the emotional life of Jesus. The result is a thorough, stimulating, and provocative work that challenges us to confront the passions of Christ. Anyone interested in the study of emotions in the Bible will find this volume enriching and informative.”

Te-Li Lau, associate professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

“A WELCOME ADDITION TO THE STUDY OF EMOTIONS IN THE BIBLE”

 

Passions of the Christ delves into the emotional life of Jesus in the Gospels—his anger, grief, disgust, surprise, compassion, and joy—revealing what mattered most to Jesus and what motivated his mission.

 

“I highly recommend this book to anyone wondering if Jesus might have felt anything as both human and ‘as God’s Son.’ Spencer reads the Gospels with fresh attention to a matter of Jesus studies that previous generations of scholars dismissed—namely, human passions and emotions as essential ingredients in human experience. May the next generation of scholars be so bold and courageous in interpretative endeavors and go about the work of biblical studies in such novel and needed forms!”

Shively T. J. Smith, assistant professor of New Testament, Boston University.

 

“Combining a close exegetical reading of the Gospels with ancient and modern approaches to emotion study, Spencer provides a truly interdisciplinary exploration into the emotional life of Jesus. The result is a thorough, stimulating, and provocative work that challenges us to confront the passions of Christ. Anyone interested in the study of emotions in the Bible will find this volume enriching and informative.”

Te-Li Lau, associate professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

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Product Language English
Publishers GS Media
Bindings Paperback
Pages 320
Dimension (140 x 215 x 19 mm)
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