"A change in the form of the argument for
the proper deity of Jesus Christ seems to be demanded in
our day. Accepted and familiar proofs may not have lost
their strength, but they have lost their freshness, and
they are wanting in adaptation to the peculiar
intellectual culture and structure of the present age."
This is the introduction John Young gives for his book,
Christ of History. While the title may give the
impression of a basic history book, an overview of
Christ's time here on Earth, this book is actually an
argument as the subtitle suggests. Young details the
conditions, work, and spirituality of Christ, and then
explains how each aspect proves the divinity of Jesus. A
work that will inform many debates about the subject,
Christ of History is an accurate representation of "fully
divine" arguments about Christology.