People would make Jesus in their image. But who was he really, as defined by those who knew him best or heard from those who did?
The Spirit was given to Jesus without limit. We too can share in this anointing, but we have to follow Jesus, or else we might run out ahead of him and minister on our own.
It flows out of the Old Testament and expands its meaning to include the Son and the Spirit.
Two natures (deity and humanity) are united in one person—the person of Jesus Christ. Let’s use the Q & A format, for clarity and conciseness.
From the Council of Chalcedon (AD 451). English, Greek, and Latin are included; discusses how the definition opposes three deficient teachings about Christ (Apollinarianism, Nestorianism, and Monophysitism) and answers the objection that the fifth-century church just made it all up.
Good question, and the answer is clear, based on one biblical truth. Other questions are included here, as well.
This post answers a series of tough questions about this vital and indispensable doctrine.
This topic is about Jesus Christ. Let’s use the Question and Answer format for clarity and conciseness.
Let’s place his two natures side-by-side with verses from Scripture to see who he really is.
Let’s learn about these key Christological points together, in the Q & A format.