Books About Christ…Now

I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. -Philippians 3:12

In the Library of Congress there are more books on the person of Christ than on any other personality in human history – with hundreds of new titles added each year.

This should come as no surprise. For more than 2,000 years Jesus followers have sought to convey the truths of Scripture by writing books (or scrolls!) describing their unique perspectives on who he is and what his reign is all about.

The “library” features some of these books, highlighting those that focus on the spectacular supremacy of Christ. If you simply read through the titles of the books below, that in itself will provide you fresh ways of thinking about who Christ is…right now.

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Selections appear on because of the biblical accuracy of their focus on the person of God’s Son. Inclusion on our website should not be construed as endorsing the broader ministries from which the resources were drawn. “The important thing is that in every way, whether from false motives or true, Christ is preached…“ (Philippians 1:16).

Christ Is NOW!

David Bryant

Jesus-Centered Bible (NLT)

Group Publishing

Jesus Ascended

Gerrit Scott Dawson

The Incomparable Christ

John Stott

Seeing and Savoring Jesus Christ

John Piper

Christ in Song

Compiled by Philip Schaff

Who Is This King of Glory

Tony Evans

Jesus the King

Tim Keller

At the Name of Jesus

Tricia McCary Rhodes

Simply Jesus

N. T. Wright

Infinity Dwindled to Infancy

Edward T. Oakes, S.J.

Christ Is All: New Revised Version

David Bryant & Richard Ross

Student Ministry and the Supremacy of Christ

Richard Ross

I Want to Know More of Christ

Steve Hall

Altogether Lovely

Jonathan Edwards

Jesus Mean and Wild

Mark Galli

Pauline Christology

Gordon D. Fee

Jesus, Son and Savior

John Paul II

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