A Case for the Divinity of Jesus
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A Case for the Divinity of Jesus

Examining the Earliest Evidence
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Dean L. Overman
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Whether Jesus was really the Son of God or not is a central question for Christians—and one that has provoked heated debate since the time of Jesus' birth. Dean L. Overman examines the earliest Christian records to build a compelling case for the divinity of Jesus. Addressing questions raised by books such as Bart Ehrman's Misquoting Jesus and Elaine Pagels' The Gnostic Gospels, Overman builds a carefully reasoned case for Jesus truly being the Son of God.
Chapter 1 Worship Patterns in the Very Earliest Church Indicate an Immediate Veneration of Jesus as Divine Following His Crucifixion
Chapter 2 In the Synoptic and Johannine Gospels Jesus Used the Term "I Am," Words that Function as the Name of God in the First Century; Hence His Conviction for blasphemy in His Trial Before the Sanhedrin
Chapter 3 Reliability of the Canonical Gospel Accounts is Supported by the Historical Evidence
Chapter 4 The Means of Communication of the Gospel Immediately After the Crucifixion was through a Highly Reliable Oral Gospel Tradition
Chapter 5 The resurrection is a Plausible Event
Chapter 6 The New and Old Gnosticism are Based on Fantasies, Not on Historical Events
Chapter 7 One Cannot Logically Maintain that all Religions Describe a Path to the Same Ultimate Reality
Chapter 8 How Should One Engage a Person of Another Faith Concerning Diverse Religious Beliefs?
Appendix A: Hymnic or Creedal Verses
Appendix B: Bart Ehrman’s recently published
Jesus Interrupted is contradicted by the conclusions of his mentor, Bruce M. Metzger