High King of Heaven Review

Book Review: 

High King of Heaven: Theological and Practical Perspectives on the Person and Work of Jesus is written and edited by John MacArthur, along with twenty-two other essay contributions.

This inspirational book is an in-depth guide that's focused on Jesus Christ, such as understanding who He is and what He has done for all. According to the back cover copy, this book is "a detailed examination of the most important topic imaginable: Christology. Written by respected theologians, scholars, historians, and pastors, these essays explore the various facets of Christ's identity and encourage pastors and students of the Word with that truth."

This book is divided into four main sections, which are titled as The Person of Christ, The Work of Christ, The Word of Christ, and The Witness of Christ. Then, each section is divided into an overall total of twenty-three chapters, and these chapters are considered an essay focused on a specific scripture verse, each by a different author.

This book includes essay contributions from Michael Reeves, Paul Twiss, Mark Jones, Keith Essex, Ligon Duncan, Steven J. Lawson, Miguel Nunez, Mark Dever, Mike Riccardi, Matthew Barrett, Tom Pennington, HB. Charles Jr, Michael Vlach, Phil Johnson, Brad Klassen, Abner Chou, Michael Grisanti, Iosif J. Zhakevich, Austin Duncan, Albert Mohler, Paul Washer, Conrad Mbewe, and John MacArthur. These contributors are considered some of "American's greatest Christian minds."

High King of Heaven is geared towards generations of all ages, particularly those interested in delving more in knowing Jesus Christ.

Note: I received this book from Moody Newsroom, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.