Warfield, B. B.
This classic essay by the famous Princeton theologian explores a neglected aspect of Jesus’ human nature - his emotional life. B. B. Warfield (1851-1921) begins by acknowledging, “It belongs to the truth of our Lord’s humanity, that he was subject to all sinless human emotions” - then proceeds to investigate what the gospels teach about His compassion, anger, joy, sorrow, and more. Every Christian should meditate upon the Savior’s balanced and righteous emotions, expressed for us and for our salvation. 74 pages; a Foreword by Dr. Guy Waters introduces Warfield and his essay to the reader.
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