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Why is Christ called both “God" and the “Son of God” in Scripture? In The Sonship of Christ you will discover an answer so simple you'll wonder why you never saw it before, and so beautiful it will take your breath away. Along the way, Gibson creates a whole new theological lens through which to interpret the Trinity versus anti-Trinitarian debate that has been raging through much of Christian history.
“In this book, Ty Gibson has painted one of the clearest pictures of God’s love I have ever read. I am convinced that The Sonship of Christ will totally transform the way you see Scripture and breathe new life into what it means to be a child of God!”—Garrison Hayes, Pastor for Generational Ministries, Community Praise Church
“The book is brilliant. Simply brilliant. Ty Gibson offers an insightful and illuminating treatment of The Sonship of Christ, carefully unfolding Scripture’s teachings with consistent attention to the overarching, covenantal story of the Bible. In so doing, Gibson paints a gripping and stirring picture of Christ’s Sonship and why it matters, which corrects a great many misunderstandings and brings to the surface many gems that are often overlooked.”—John Peckham, Professor of Theology and Christian Philosophy, Andrews University
“I simply cannot contain my enthusiasm for the message of this book. Ty’s approach to the ancient question of the simultaneous Divinity and Sonship of Jesus Christ is refreshing, biblical, and, to me, entirely persuasive. I pray this book gets the widespread attention and affirmation it deserves. The Sonship of Christ is, above all, a joyous exploration and celebration of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. Thank you, Ty!”—David Asscherick, Pastor, Kingscliff Adventist Church
“Finally! We have a book on the nature of God that appeals to the head and the heart! Reading this work educated me theologically while simultaneously inspiring me personally. If you want a deeper revelation on the beauty of the character of God, read this book now!”—Myron Edmonds, Pastor, Grace Community Church