Almost two Millennia ago, Jesus asked his disciples, “Who do you say that I am?”—and people have been asking the question ever since. Many answering the question today have a decidedly different view than Peter offered in his faithful response. In the early days of the church, Gnostics balked at Jesus’ humanity. Today, it’s his divine nature that’s under attack. It seems almost monthly that new bestselling books appear detailing how alternative gospels portray an earthly Jesus, devoid of divinity. The Deity of Christ by John F. MacArthur is a biblical defense of Jesus’ deity and a clarion call for believers to rise up and defend this core doctrine. Both new and seasoned Christians will benefit from MacArthur’s clear take on the relevant Bible passages. They will come away with rock-solid assurance that Jesus was indeed the unique son of God and a deeper, more profound appreciation of Christ’s love for them.