What's so different about Jesus?

Moring, Mark
March 1997
Campus Life;Mar/Apr97, Vol. 55 Issue 8, p34
Presents the different views of people concerning Jesus. Doubts on the existence of Jesus; Jesus as more than a teacher; Beliefs on the resurrection of Jesus; Miracles made by Jesus; Differences between Jesus, Muhammad and Buddha; Jesus as the greatest religious teacher; Need for Jesus. INSETS: Why I believe in Jesus, by Samantha Yapa.;`Who do they say I am'?, by Philip Schaff, et al..


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