With a theologian's care and a pastor's concern, Joseph Ratzinger-now Pope Benedict XVI-desires us to behold the face of Jesus. Ratzinger's Jesus of Nazareth is the first volume of a projected two. As the subtitle indicates, this volume covers Jesus' life, from his baptism through his transfiguration. The second volume will reflect upon the infancy narratives as well as Jesus' passion, death, and resurrection.
Joel Garver is professor of philosophy at LaSalle University and a member of City Church in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Issue: "Evangelicalism's Winter?" Nov./Dec. 2008 Vol. 17 No. 6 Page number(s): 58-59
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