God With Us

God With Us: Knowing the Mystery of Who Jesus Is by Daniel Hyde.

God With Us

Jesus.

The name means so many things to so many people. This book has as its aim to know Jesus. In order to know Him experientially and personally we must know what the Bible says about Him. To come to this knowledge we must delve into the holy mysteries of the Word of God and the historic Christian faith. Whether you are a skeptic, an agnostic, an inquirer, or a convinced Christian, this book is meant to cause you to consider the mysteries that Jesus claimed of Himself that you too might join the cloud of witnesses that no man can number, confessing the name of Jesus—“God with us.”

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2 comments so far

  1. Danny Hyde on

    Hello,

    Thank you for posting a note about my book. I don’t recall us ever meeting, but are you local, since your blog has a picture of San Diego?

  2. sola gratia on

    Hello Danny,
    First of all, I visited Westminster in Escondido last October to visit some friends. There I was able to get a copy of your book on Infant Baptism. That was a great help to me. Since I am a partner of RHB, I was able to post your new book. I hope to get a copy one day.
    Second, I am from Manila, and teaching Systematic Theology at a Chinese seminary.
    The picture of the San Diego skyline was taken from Coronado island during our brief vacation in CA.
    BTW, I was in Westminster Philadelphia a few years ago. Thanks for dropping by. I hope you can visit Manila some time and help us to better understand covenant theology and the reformed faith.


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