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Morrison's Magnificent Mystery
on 12 May 2016
Frank Morrison wrote this book about 100 years ago. The title says it all. The author had set out intending to debunk Christianity, particularly the resurrection. He planned on proving it was untrue. Then he began his research and became convinced that it was true.
The book is a thoughtful step by step examination of the words of Scripture combined with psychological and intellectual 'debate' concerning many of the 'characters' found in the four Gospels and Acts. Included is an examination of Paul of Tarsus in an endeavor to understand his conversion and subsequent devotion to the veracity of the resurrection.
Morrison's thesis and logic makes for fascinating reading.
This book has stood the rest of time and will continue to be popular with those who like to get below the surface of the words of Scripture. This is essential Christian reading. I've found it very helpful in trying to understand many of the mysteries surrounding what really happened on that eventful morning some 2000 years ago.
The book title says it so well - "Who mover the stone?"