COPYRIGHT WARNING A common theme of the Old Testament is the prediction that the Messiah will be killed as a sacrifice for the sins of the world and then resurrected to validate His sacrifice three days later. There are 58… Read More ›
The Historicity of Jesus
COPYRIGHT WARNING No credible Biblical scholar today believes that Jesus was not a real person of history. The evidence for His existence is so overwhelming, that to deny Jesus lived in Galilee at the time depicted in the New Testament… Read More ›
COPYRIGHT WARNING At the time that Jesus lived as a child in Nazareth, the Romans had already conquered Israel and had placed the nation under their dominion beginning in 63 B.C. In this 18th Old Testament Prophecy from the Book… Read More ›
In Jerusalem, about 2,000 years ago, a man known as Jesus of Nazareth made His entrance into the city. The people who lined the street lifted palm branches and shouted praises to Him in acknowledgement of Him as the prophesied Messiah of the Jews.
Jesus believed that He was coming in fulfillment of all the Hebrew prophecies which predicted that God would send a Savior into the world. Prior to this date, Jesus had prohibited His disciples from telling anyone that He was the Messiah. He was waiting for the specific day predicted by Daniel the prophet in chapter 9 of his book as well as “the day,” predicted by David in Psalm 118, when the Messiah would arrive on the earth.
Without the reality of Jesus arrival, there would be no purpose or importance for this book. The facts of history demand that Jesus was a real person, who lived, died, and was resurrected from the dead three days later. These are facts incontrovertible, despite the feeble attempts of those who have sought to impeach the accounts of the New Testament unsuccessfully.
This book contains evidence for the true identity of Jesus Christ—which validates His claim that He is the Son of God, the Savior of the World. Any person who is of such propensity to seek out and receive truth will find that this publication contains sufficient evidence to believe the claims which Jesus has made regarding Himself.