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It's never been more complicated—or more confusing—to be a human, and it's never been harder to answer the question of who You are.
But in You: An introduction, Michael Jensen sets about doing just that. In his exploration of some of the different facets of the human condition (You are alive; You are free; You are a child), we soon discover that the question of who we are is essentially bound up with the question of who Jesus is.
» Thoroughly biblical perspective.
» Addresses the issues of personhood and meaning.
» Engages with powerful new elements of our culture.
» Easy to read, with blog comments at the end of each chapter.
» Ideal gift (especially for 15-30-year-olds).
Review by Mark Barry at webSalt.
Review by Matthew Moffitt at Hebel.
About the author
Michael Jensen has worked as a school chaplain and church planter, and now teaches Christian doctrine at Moore College in Sydney. He loves the internet and bad TV. Together with his wife Catherine, he has four children.