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God's Hybrid Son: The Human Element in Jesus - Paul G. Johnson


Synopsis: The public image of Jesus is shaped by his walking on water and converting water into wine. It all but defines his divinity. In this book his humanity is lifted up, not as a model for Christ



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God's Hybrid Son: The Human Element in Jesus - Paul G. Johnson


Synopsis: The public image of Jesus is shaped by his walking on water and converting water into wine. It all but defines his divinity. In this book his humanity is lifted up, not as a model for Christ