From the Nov/Dec, 2011 issue of Touchstone
Ancient Crossroads by Louis Markos

Feature

Ancient Crossroads

Intimations of Jesus Christ in the Greek Tragedies

Christians believe that the unique birth, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ are not only historical events that occurred during the first century a.d. but also the miraculous fulfillment of the prophetic utterances of such Old Testament figures as Moses, David, Isaiah, and Ezekiel. Indeed, for those who have eyes to see, most of the key tenets of Christian doctrine can be found, in embryonic form, in the books of the Old Testament. As God sent John the Baptist to prepare the way . . .


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