HH, Sir Godfrey Gregg D.Div


The New Testament’s story of Jesus is as fascinating as it is inspiring. Born and raised in the “backwaters” of the Roman Empire, Jesus begins a religious movement that eventually overtakes the Empire.

According to the New Testament, Jesus is the Messiah (“anointed one,” Greek “Christos”), the promised deliverer of Israel, whose death on the cross brings deliverance from sin, and whose eventual return to earth will bring deliverance from oppression by ushering in God’s kingdom.

Jesus’s message of caring for the downtrodden, extending kindness to strangers, and loving one’s enemies is still unrivalled for its profound insight and penetrating simplicity.

Author: Godfrey Gregg

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