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<transcy>Son of Mary, Son of God (Fils de Marie,Fils de Dieu)</transcy>

Stuart Olyott
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The Lord Jesus occupies the central place of authentic Christianity. Cults and many current trends in modern thought teach much less glorious and accurate things about it than the Bible does. This breeds great ignorance and causes great confusion, even for many faithful Christians.

Who, then, really is Jesus Christ?

To answer this question, the author listens to the Word of God. With exceptional clarity, he presents what God reveals about the unique person of the Savior Messiah.

For the Bible, Jesus is both God and man in one person. With a precise and warm style, the author leads the reader through all the data of the Word of God. It thus enables him to deepen his understanding of the dual nature of Christ and the marvelous greatness of his unique person.

This book aims to build believers’s faith in the truth about the Lord Jesus Christ and to lead them to bow down again at his feet in a fiery spirit of praise and worship. Here is the Christ of the Bible, the Savior in all His divine glory and perfect humanity. He is Son of Mary and Son of God.


Stuart Olyott : After serving many years as pastor, in Liverpool and Lausanne, he served as pastoral director of the Evangelical Movement of Wales. He also taught at Bryntirion, the Welsh Evangelical Theological College, before leading a very active retreat. He is the author of numerous books, many of which have been translated into French.

Table of contents

Foreword and introduction
God from all eternity
Emmanuel - God with us
God, today and forever
A man's promise
Here is the man!
Man, today and forever
One person
Two distinct natures
Errors, yesterday and today
Appendix 1 - The formulation of Chalcedon
Appendix 2 - The symbol known as Athanasius
Index of biblical references


Original title : Son of Mary, Son of God
Author : Stuart Olyott
Publisher : Europresse
Pages : 160
Weight : 200 g
Publication : 1988
Dimensions : 13.8 x 21.6 cm
ISBN : 9782914562805