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Much of the indifference to Christianity in certain circles comes from the refusal to treat this question seriously. It would fulfil the deepest desire of the writer if what he has said of the self-revelation of Jesus prevailed with any one who has regarded it as an unreal question to take it up in earnest, and to let the Christ who is historically attested in the gospels freely appeal to his mind, not as an illustration of some philosophical theorem of his own about God or Man, but as the Sovereign Person that He was and is.
The writer wishes to express his thanks to Messrs. T. and T. Clark for the use they have allowed him to make of an article on Preaching Christ contributed by him to their Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels.
THE PLACE OF CHRIST IN NEW TESTAMENT FAITH,
AND THE QUESTION WHETHER THIS PLACE IS
VII. CHRIST IN THE SYNOPTIC GOSPELS
(a) The Gospel according to Mark
(b) The Gospel according to Matthew
VIII. CHRIST IN THE JOHANNINE WRITINGS
THE APPEARANCES OF THE RISEN JESUS
Difficulties as to their order