The Man of Galilee



This book argues for Christ’s deity as the author simply shares the Christ presented by the gospel writers. This is a short, easy to read book that offers a thoughtful presentation of the character of Christ.



In The Man of Galilee, Haygood argues for the deity of Christ simply from the presentation of Jesus given in the Gospels: Jesus Himself as evidence for His deity.  This short book gives a thoughtful, thorough, and logical presentation of the unique and universal quality of the character of Jesus. Preface by Homer Hailey and Ferrell Jenkins. New preface by Dr. Dan Petty.

“In establishing the deity of Jesus, there is no fact more outstanding and no stone more solid than Jesus Himself as presented by the Gospel records. Mr. Haygood caught something of the power and beauty of the original argument and recorded it for us in The Man of Galilee.” – Ferrell Jenkins

“Some big books need to die; this little one needs to live. Man of Galilee is a profound argument about the uniqueness of Jesus.” – Melvin Curry

About the Author

Atticus Haygood (1839-1896), minister of the Methodist church and prominent educator, was a bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South from 1890 to 1896. He also served as president of Emory College in Oxford, Georgia for the years 1875 through 1884, and became the first agent for the John F. Slater Fund for Negro education in the South.

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