A vitally important doctrine is discussed in this book - the human nature of Jesus. What did Paul mean when he wrote that Christ "had to be made like his brethren in every respect"? What did Ellen White mean when she said Jesus took "fallen .... human nature, degraded and defiled by sin"?
While theological concepts are wrestled with in these pages, the major thrust is practical; in the context of Jesus' divinity, what is the significance of His human nature and life for the Christian, who, in preparing for heaven, must meet life on his own level, with his own personality and problems?
Thomas A. Davis, a retired associate book editor of the Review and Herald Publishing Association, has brought fresh insights to key biblical texts and blended them with clear Spirit of Prophecy statements on his theme. In doing this he has produced a volume that will stimulate Adventist thinking, whatever concept of the incarnate Jesus the individual reader may have.