By Christian D. Kettler
"No one i do know of has so again and again and passionately explored the breadth and the intensity of the atoning paintings of God in Christ as has Christian Kettler. And during this quantity he has collected jointly the harvest of that undertaking over a long time that we may perhaps subscribe to him in celebrating the ceremonial dinner of the bountiful end result of the vicarious humanity of Jesus Christ."
--Gary W. Deddo, President, Professor of Theology, Grace Communion Seminary, Glendora, CA
". . . Kettler leads readers to work out the adaptation a formal knowing of Christ's vicarious humanity makes either for systematic and pastoral theology at the present time. Emphasizing that the risen, ascended, and creation Lord keeps to mediate among us and the daddy, Kettler impressively and convincingly explains how and why our pleasure and wish are genuine merely simply because God in Christ is in cohesion with us. . . . a person drawn to those matters probably want to learn this book."
--Paul D. Molnar, Professor of Systematic Theology, St. John's collage, Queens, NY
"In this pleasant choice of essays, Chris Kettler leads us via an exhibition of the inexhaustible pleasure and vivifying energy of Christ's vicarious humanity in terms of the total scope of human life--its tragedy, its good looks, and its God-imaged greatness."
--Joel Scandrett, Director of the Robert Webber middle, Assistant Professor of ancient Theology, Trinity college for Ministry
Christian D. Kettler is Professor of Theology and faith at associates collage. he's the writer of The Vicarious Humanity of Christ and the truth of Salvation (1996) (reprint, Wipf and inventory, 2001), The God Who Believes: religion, Doubt, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ (2005), The God Who Rejoices: pleasure, melancholy, and the Vicarious Humanity of Christ (2010), and Reading Ray S. Anderson (2010.)