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Adrian Warnock has been a regular preacher at Jubilee Church in London for more than ten years and serves on the church's leadership team. A medical doctor by trade, Warnock runs a popular Christian blog at

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This book deserves every one of 9 stars. It is a little slow starting up, dealing mostly with apologetic and theological implications of Jesus' resurrection, but around page 100 it becomes much more applicational and you won't want to put it down. There are not many books on the nature of the resurrection of Christ and the effects this has in the daily life of the believer, but Adrian has filled that void with a book that is sure to last centuries to come. He starts every chapter off with a section of Scripture, and the book as a whole is saturated in Scripture. He also quotes many other authors who are in the forefront in their fields. He quotes a wide range of Christian theologians from different backgrounds and different vocations. This is a book I will be encouraging many others to read.… (más)
NGood | otra reseña | Feb 19, 2014 |
NCLA Review - The author believes we live in a Resurrection World and that changes everything. He contends that the resurrection of Jesus Christ should not concern people just as something in the future but also as way to live their lives every day. He says that God wants mankind to be transformed by the power of the resurrection. Sin will be killed and all true followers will live as they ought. One very interesting chapter is titled, “Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead?” He tackles the questions surround this issue by quoting from numerous sources including the Scriptures. Warnock says that he writes this book as an ordinary Christian and not a theologian, but it should be noted that he has been a regular preacher at Jubilee Church in London for more than ten years. Although pedantic at times, the book is an interesting read. Rating: 3 —AMB… (más)
ncla | otra reseña | May 21, 2011 |

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