The Messiahship of the Lord asks the reader to really think about the life, intention, and contribution of Jesus. Some of the discussions are quite profound- the kind that we each have to think about and determine our own answers. Was Jesus the messiah? Did he achieve his original intent? Was Jesus' death the true purpose of his life or was their something more? Was Jesus' resurrection a physical one or a spiritual one? Moreover, what do these aspects tell us about the second coming?
The Messiahship of the Lord is written by a follower of Reverend Sun Myung Moon. The author's views do, of course, show the influence of the Unification Church. He honestly puts forth his views and takes responsibility for them. Nonetheless, he makes a strong effort to encourage the reader to ask the questions and figure out their own answers. This is the author's real intent, to get people questioning and thinking.
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The Messiahship of the Lord, following the teachings of Rev. Sun Myung Moon in the Divine Principle, will stimulate a meaningful conversation about the existence of the Messiah and his importance in the Second Coming. Theories discussed include the use and importance of miracles, how Satan has usurped the role of the divine in everyday lives, and how people of all faiths can look to the Lord of the Second Advent for redemption. Did Christ rise physically, spiritually, or both? Were his miracles of the physical nature or the spiritual nature? How can we connect with him to go to Heaven? Whether you are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, or subscribe to any other faith, this book will lead you to a thought-provoking analysis of your beliefs.