How much does my present view of God resemble the God of the Bible? Award-winning author Joshua McClure confronts us with the question Jesus posed to his disciples: "Who do you say I am?" Do we simply give the old standby answer, "God is a mystery"? Or is it possible to attain real understanding of the awesome God to whom we pledge our lives and futures? Following after God is more than going through the motions of church life. In Who Do You Say I AM? McClure inspires us to bring back spiritual power to our lives and see God as he is, by recapturing the sense of his everlasting divine presence. McClure's flair for honest, down-to-earth biblical study can blaze a trail through your doubts, fears, and assumed familiarity with God. In it, you will hear the question as never before: Now, who do you say that I am?
About the Author
Joshua McClure has served as Senior Pastor at The Pleasant Street Baptist Church in Westerly, Rhode Island for 26 years. Joshua received his B.A. in Biblical Studies from Barrington College along with the school's Biblical Studies Award. He later studied at Andover Newton Theological School. He has authored three books, Can These Bones Live; Almost Persuaded, Now To Believe; and The Crimson Thread of the Bible. In 2010, he received the First Annual Heroes of Faith Life Achievement Award. Joshua and his wife Ida have four children and eight grandchildren.