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Book Note – Man of Sorrows, King of Glory

Rev Professor Michael McClenahan

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This short little book lays out for the reader in clear, straightforward terms the significance of the threefold office of Christ as Prophet, Priest, and King. Rooted in solid exegesis, clear biblical theology, and wide reading in the tradition, Jonty Rhodes’ work is ideal for any Christian who wants to spend time thinking about what the Lord Jesus has and is doing for his church. The author does not dodge some of the more tricky theological questions and endeavours to root his treatment of the many great themes under consideration in the teaching of Scripture.

This would be a great book to read through in a small group and the ten short chapters will lend themselves to really edifying discussion.