Author(s): Klyne R. Snodgrass (Contribution by)
For respected New Testament scholar Klyne Snodgrass, this is the most important question a person can ask-the question from which everything else in life flows. Other questions follow: What made you who you are? Who gets to say who you are? And-perhaps most vital-who does God say you are? In this book Snodgrass offers wise guidance to all who are wrestling with such universal human questions. He examines nine factors-including one's body, personal history, commitments, and boundaries-that shape human identity, and he expertly draws out what the Bible tells us about who God says we are, how we fit within God's purposes, and how our God-given identity can and must impact the way we live our lives.