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Who Is This King of Glory?: Experiencing the Fullness of Christ's Work in Our Lives (Understanding God Series) Paperback – January 1, 2002
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Evans earned his Doctorate of Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. He is a Dallas pastor whose ministry leadership evidences a great love for inner-city peoples. He expresses a great passion for Christ and His loves – both the lost and the Redeemed. His Christological teachings are consistent with conservative evangelical doctrines. He avoids comparing theological arguments or needing footnotes or a bibliography. This book, the Bible, a comfortable chair, good reading light, a little time, and an open heart are all the reader needs.
Evans’ goal appears to be to impart the truth of Christ within the context of the average person’s existence by introducing Christ as “history’s only authentic Celebrity” (p. 12) and closing with “Jesus Christ – the Celebrity of the universe, the mighty King of Glory, the Son of the living God” (p. 382). The chapters between these two descriptions will leave the reader cheering their new favorite celebrity. In the end, the reader may be convinced this is not a doctrinal exposé but an explanation of the relationship every person can have with the King of the universe if they will only acknowledge Christ as their Lord and Savior.
I've read other Tony Evans' books and always get new and meaningful insight into the material.
This one had a bit of redundancy in places which was more than just emphasis.
And, sometimes, it was almost too simplistic.
Could be just me though - I want more!