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Bible Basics, Christology 2, Todd Linn, First Baptist Church Henderson KY

Bible Basics, Christology 2, Todd Linn, First Baptist Church Henderson KY

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Bible Basics for the Family
    • (A Study in Systematic Theology)
  • 3. CHRISTOLOGY
    • (The Study of Jesus Christ)
  • 4. A REVIEW OF CHRISTOLOGY
  • 5. CHRISTOLOGY (The Study of Jesus Christ) His Person (The ontological dimension) (Who He is ) His Work (The functional dimension) (What He does )
  • 6. Four Great Christological Passages:
    • John 1:1-18; 8:58; 14:6
    • Philippians 2:5-11
    • Colossians 1:13-20; 2:9-10
    • Hebrews 1:1-3; 5-14; 2:5-18
  • 7. (Two Natures / One Personality) The Person of Christ Full Deity Full Humanity
  • 8. Hypostatic Union (Two natures / one person)
    • Q: How much of Jesus Christ is God ?
    • A: 100%
    • Q: How much of Jesus Christ is man ?
    • A: 100%
  • 9. Jesus Christ: The Wonderful God-Man
    • AS MAN :
    • Born of a woman, untainted by sin
    • Baptized in a river by John
    • Got tired
    • Wept
    • Got thirsty
    • Got hungry
    • AS GOD :
    • Born of a virgin, untainted by sin
    • Baptizes with the Spirit
    • Gives rest to our souls
    • Drives away our tears
    • Living water
    • Bread of life
  • 10. Jesus Christ: The Wonderful God-Man
    • AS MAN :
    • Sheep before his shearers
    • His own did not receive Him
    • God’s servant
    • Prayed
    • Went to the temple
    • AS GOD :
    • He is our Good Shepherd
    • Every knee shall bow down to Him
    • Requires our service
    • High Priest
    • Was worshiped
  • 11. Jesus Christ: The Wonderful God-Man
    • AS MAN :
    • Lived 33 years
    • Knew intense pain
    • Died with criminals
    • Died
    • Was judged unjustly
    • Experienced loneliness
    • AS GOD :
    • Alpha and Omega
    • Great healer
    • Atoned for our sins
    • Rose again
    • Righteous Judge
    • Will never leave nor forsake us
  • 12. The Work of Christ Sinless Life Vicarious Death (substitutionary) Bodily Resurrection
  • 13.
    • BUT FIRST . . . .
    • Your Choir Director as You’ve Never Seen Him Before . . . .
  • 14.  
  • 15. The Work of Christ Sinless Life Vicarious Death (substitutionary) Bodily Resurrection
  • 16. Three (3) Key Biblical Texts that speak of the Virgin Birth:
    • 1 Isaiah 7:14 :
    • “ Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a Son, and shall call His name Immanuel.”
    • Matthew 1:18-25
    • Luke 1:26-38
    • (Other texts allude to virgin birth; Gal.4:4)
  • 17. Why the Virgin Birth Matters (Wayne Grudem)
    • The virgin birth made possible the uniting of full deity and full humanity in one person.
    • The virgin birth also makes possible Christ’s true humanity without inherited sin.
    • Jesus did not descend from Adam in exactly the same way in which every other human being has descended. This helps to understand why the legal guilt and moral corruption that belongs to all other human beings did not belong to Christ.
  • 18. Specific Evidences of the Resurrection
    • Naturalistic theories fail to explain away the event of the resurrection.
    • The resurrection marked the birth of Christianity so that even our calendars are impacted by it (2003 A.D.)
    • The change in the day of worship from the Sabbath to Sunday by Jews.
  • 19.
    • Radical change in the disciples:
    • New Power
    • New Courage
    • Faithful to Death (all but one died a martyr’s death; Who would die for something he did not think were true?)
    • Empty tomb / No body
    • Numerous and various resurrection appearances
  • 20.
    • Unlikely nature of mass hallucination (not really possible from a psychological standpoint)
    • Reported appearances which lasted 40 days and then completely stopped. (Why?)
    • Because He was not seen anymore! (ascended into heaven)
  • 21.
    • Multitude of fulfilled Old Testament prophecies
    • Conversion of two skeptics: James and Paul (the former Saul of Tarsus)
    • Articles left in the empty tomb (John 20:5ff; why would someone unwrap the body if he were stealing it?)
    • Reliable eyewitness documents recording the facts
  • 22. Fulfilled Old Testament Prophecies
  • 23. Who is He: The Predicted One
    • Seed of Woman (Genesis 3:15)
    • Seed of Abraham (Genesis 12:1-3)
    • Tribe of Judah (Genesis 49:10)
    • House of David (2 Samuel 7:14)
  • 24.
    • Born of a Virgin (Isaiah 7:14)
    • Born in Bethlehem (Micah 5:2)
    • Prophet (Deuteronomy 18:15)
  • 25.
    • Priest (Psalm 110)
    • King (2 Samuel 7:14ff; Psalm 2; Isaiah 9:6; Zechariah 9:9)
    • Suffering Servant (Psalm 22; Isaiah 53)
    • Son of Man (Daniel 7:13-14)
  • 26. Oh, How I Love Jesus
    • There is a name I love to hear,
    • I love to sing its worth
    • It sounds like music in my ear,
    • The sweetest name on earth.
    • Oh, how I love Jesus,
    • Oh, how I love Jesus,
    • Oh, how I love Jesus,
    • Because He first loved me.
  • 27.  

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