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Atticus Greene Haygood (1839 - 1896) was an American bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South.Review:
I was so impressed with the simple argument made by the author, as he took the Gospel story of Jesus and showed the evidence of His deity, that I sought until I found a copy for myself and copies for the libraries of the schools in which I have taught. The reader will find the book interesting, factual, and logically arranged, as the author builds his case for the supernatural Christ. He presents Jesus as His own evidence to His deity...I heartily recommend the book to all who are in search of a simple presentation of Jesus Himself as evidence to His deity. --Homer Hailey
In establishing the deity of Jesus there is no fact more outstanding and no stone more solid than Jesus Himself as presented by the Gospel records. Mr. Haygood caught something of the power and beauty of the original argument and recorded it for us in The Man of Galilee. --Ferrell Jenkins
Some big books need to die; this little one needs to live. Haygood's Man of Galilee is a profound argument about the uniqueness of Jesus. --Melvin Curry
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