Jesus: The Living God

The life of Jesus is the single most important event in human history. If Christianity is true, then salvation is available to all who believe in Him. If not, then billions of people have been deceived for millennia. I’ll be exploring apologetic, theological, and Biblical works that discuss Jesus.

This post serves as a place to collect links to this series as well as provide brief descriptions of the content.

The Covenant and Christ- Discusses the nature of covenant theology in context of Christ. Views expressed are from N.T. Wright’s Climax of the Covenant.

The Morality of God: Christ at the Center-Examines the goodness of God by pointing towards Christ as God’s goodness to all people.

The Tools for the Task-Outlines the use of some textual tools for examining the historical Jesus.

Jesus and the Stable: A Theory-Presents an alternative theory for why Joseph/Mary couldn’t find any room in the inn.

Jesus, Dedication, and Wise Men- Solves a potential contradiction in the text about Jesus’ dedication and the visit of the magi. Shows that textually, there is no contradiction because the events happened at different times.

The Virgin Birth?-Briefly defends the thesis that the virgin birth is certainly possible on theism, as well as refutes arguments against the interpretation of prophecy of Christ’s birth.

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8 thoughts on “Jesus: The Living God

  1. Yes Jesus is Lord.

    Posted by bongumusa | August 18, 2012, 3:53 PM
  2. Excellent content/observations & recommendations. I share your burden brother.

    Posted by katachriston | April 4, 2013, 8:05 AM

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