Classic text on meaning of Messiah. Why did the angels and demons recognize the Messiah long before the first human, Peter? Two reasons: wrong idea of Messiah, and without the Spirit, impossible. Manson carefully reveals what and why the Jews of Jesus' time saw the Messiah incorrectly. Accounts for the reason Jesus tells those that call Him "Messiah" not to tell anyone, for it was earthly, kingly Messiah. This book will permit the reader to now interpret many NT texts with insight, making the Bible more accessible. A must have for serious Bible student.
Very good copy with faint scattered foxing to front cover, fading to the spine bands and panel edges, very light wear to corners and edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong, there is a name plate on inside cover and some neat underlining and annotations in margins, see photos for more detail. Approx. 7 1/2" x 5" with 104 pages. Notes: Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Subject: Jesus Christ. Messiah
The Servant-Messiah: A Study of the Public Ministry of Jesus. By Manson T. W.. Cambridge University Press, 1953, 1st Edition