Australian edition published by Spectrum Publications
Richmond. Victoria. 2001
US edition published by
The Crossroad Publishing Company
New York NY 2001
"A provocative, powerful and life-giving book!
Michael Morwood is raising ... the right and obvious questions that all Christians must face.
In his response he provides fresh and perceptive possibilities for a modern and relevant faith."
- John Shelby Spong
"This is the book I have been waiting for...
Everyone I know who has read this book appreciates its premise and applauds its author."
National Catholic Reporter review 10th August 2001.
A key issue is whether Jesus' work of "salvation" is to be understood in terms of regaining access to God's 'glory' - lost by human disobedience - or in terms of developing our belief that creation exists in the glory of God.
Does Jesus regain what was lost or does he open our eyes to what always has been?
Is Jesus God? includes chapters on the implications of open discussion about Jesus for ministry, liturgy and 'catholic' theology.
A book in simple language to help Christians think and talk about what they believe and why they believe it.
Each chapter concludes with a set of discussion questions.