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In his renowned book Christianity and Liberalism, Machen took a stand for the truth. In these radio talks, Machen exposits the truth for us once more - this time about the supernatural person of Jesus.

"When I was in seminary I discovered these radio addresses by J. Gresham Machen in which he offered a highly accessible and popular presentation of Christian doctrine, and Reformed doctrine at that. I was fascinated by the media savvy of Machen. These lucid radio talks preceded C.S. Lewis's famous broadcasts by several years. I have read and profited from them for decades. Their arguments and illustrations have strongly influenced my preaching. I can't recommend them enough." (Timothy Keller, New York Times best-selling author)

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The Person of Jesus

What a great work of pointing out the numerous texts where Jesus reveals to us a self-disclosure of himself.

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Wonderful, if not at first...

Machen is biblical, insightful, and clear, as always. 5 stars. Two thumbs way up.

Most of his dealings with "higher-criticism" are straightforward or under-the-surface, but a few times move almost into the academic.

The narration is great, although it starts out over-reading Machen's "holy indignation". This thankfully turns into a polemical charm that is quite enjoyable and ought to have been characteristic throughout.

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Great, but needed to be longer.

Excellent information but no where near exhaustive. This is more of a beginner's crash course, which is fine, but it could have gone into a great more detail.

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