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Bible and the incarnation

Alec Graham reads an Evangelical study, and unfamiliar terms

The God Who Became Human: A biblical theology of incarnation
Graham A. Cole
IVP £12.99
(978-1-84474-800-6)
Church Times Bookshop £11.70  (Use code CT477 )

ON PUTTING down this tightly packed work, having read it in its entirety, no one could feel anything but admiration for the author's thoroughness and clarity. He draws on and quotes a truly remarkable range of authors, principally Christian ...

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