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The Person and Work of Christ (part 3)

To combat heresy, the orthodox church had to define their beliefs. However, some beliefs cannot be adequately defined in words; resulting in half-truths. Therefore it is vital to examine Biblical teaching in order to arrive at the truth. The person and work of Christ can be explored under three headings: 1. Divinity and Sonship 2. [...]

The Person and Work of Christ (part 2)

To combat heresy, the orthodox church had to define their beliefs. However, some beliefs cannot be adequately defined in words; resulting in half-truths. Therefore it is vital to examine Biblical teaching in order to arrive at the truth. The person and work of Christ can be explored under three headings: 1. Divinity and Sonship 2. [...]

The Person and Work of Christ (part 1)

To combat heresy, the orthodox church had to define their beliefs. However, some beliefs cannot be adequately defined in words; resulting in half-truths. Therefore it is vital to examine Biblical teaching in order to arrive at the truth. The person and work of Christ can be explored under three headings: 1. Divinity and Sonship 2. [...]

Peter confesses Jesus as the Christ

Matthew 16:13-19 13. When Jesus came into the region of Cesarea Philippi, He asked His disciples, saying, "Who do men say that I, the Son of Man, am? 14. So they said, "Some say John the Baptist, some Elijah, and others Jeremiah or one of the prophets." 15. He said to them, "But who do [...]

Jesus and social questions

Two opposing views have been held regarding Jesus' attitude to social questions: 1) Jesus did not concern Himself with social questions, as He was only interested in the spiritual life of man. This view has resulted in Christians separating their religion from their social duties. 2) Jesus was primarily a social reformer, as He taught [...]

The Threefold Work of Christ

Introduction In the time of the Old Testament there were three classes of mediators between God and His people: prophets,[1] priests[2] and kings.[3] Each of them was anointed, to indicate holiness or separation unto God. As the perfect Mediator,[4] Christ embodies in Himself all three offices: As prophet He represents God to man; as priest [...]

The Resurrection of Christ

Introduction The truth or falsehood of the Christian religion depends upon the resurrection, which is either the greatest miracle or the greatest delusion recorded by history. Even the Bible asserts that "if Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile."[1] Therefore throughout the centuries, the resurrection has been the storm centre of the attack [...]