Stanley C. Polski Expands Concept Of Jesus As Christ In Book

By: Jul. 03, 2017
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Stanley C. Polski's "A Commentary on the Gospel of John" (published by Xlibris in June of 2016) is set for a new marketing campaign this year. The book provides a fresh, provocative, yet reverent look at Jesus as he is revealed through John's writings and author Polski's own interpretation.

"A Commentary on the Gospel of John" expands the concept of Jesus being the Christ, the Son of the living God, and elaborates the idea that those who believe in the word of God become the children of God who also are known as the sons of God. It also develops the idea that eternity is the living reality and all references to time as subsidiary notions.

"There is something alluring about truth which people inwardly are seeking. 'A Commentary on the Gospel of John' takes for a fact that God is within the word creating a new heaven and a new earth. The book offers a better understanding of a man's complexity of creation," Polski highlights.

A compendium of his study of the Bible, Polski offers the book as valuable for both the secular and religious communities.

"A Commentary on the Gospel of John"
By Stanley C. Polski
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 432 pages | ISBN 9781524511401
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 432 pages | ISBN 9781524511418
E-Book | 432 pages | ISBN 9781524511395
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

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