Messianic Christology: A Study of Old Testament Prophecy Concerning the First Coming of the Messiah
Messianic Christology is a study of Old Testament prophecy concerning the First Coming of the Messiah. Dr. Fruchtenbaum works his way through the Old Testament following the first century Jewish arrangement of the books, the arrangement that Jesus was familiar with. He shows from The Law, The Prophets and The Writings... how the revelation of the Messiah gradually progressed and built-up to reveal a magnificent picture of the Deliverer to come.
The Hebrew Scriptures formed the very basis for evangelism in the New Testament. First, Jesus with His disciples, and then the disciples themselves used the Old Testament to substantiate His claim to be the Messiah. When the messianic expectations of Hebrew prophecy are fully understood, it becomes clear that Jesus and only Jesus can fulfill these requirements.
Biblical Studies | History of Christianity | Jewish Studies | Religion
Fruchtenbaum, Arnold G., "Messianic Christology: A Study of Old Testament Prophecy Concerning the First Coming of the Messiah" (1998). Alumni Book Gallery. 322.