What Everyone Needs to Know About Jesus

Don Stewart    In this book, we will examine the identity of Jesus Christ. As the most important figure in history, it is crucial that we have a correct understanding of His identity. The Bible teaches that Jesus Christ is God the Son—Second Person of the Holy Trinity. He has eternally existed with God the Father and God the Holy Spirit.

Question 1 Is Jesus Christ A Name Or A Title?
Question 2 Is Jesus Christ The Main Subject Of The Entire Bible?
Question 3 According To The New Testament, Who Is Jesus?
Question 4 Was Jesus A Human Being?
Question 5 Does The New Testament Give Direct Evidence That Jesus Is God?
Question 6 Does The Bible Indirectly Teach That Jesus Is God?
Question 7 Why Was Jesus Called Immanuel? (God With Us)
Question 8 What Does Jesus’ Preexistence Mean?
Question 9 What Did Jesus Do Before He Came To Earth?
Question 10 Does The Fact That Jesus Received Worship Prove That He Is God?
Question 11 Why Was Jesus Called The Logos?
Question 12 Was Jesus Called The Son Of God?
Question 13 Are Others In Scripture, Apart From Jesus, Called The Son Of God Or Sons Of God?
Question 14 If Others Are Called “The Son Of God” In Scripture In What Sense Is Jesus Different?
Question 15 Was Jesus Always The Son Of God? (The Eternal Generation Of The Son)
Question 16 In What Sense Was Jesus Christ God And Man Simultaneously? (The Hypostatic Union)
Question 17 What Are Some Common Misconceptions About The Two Natures Of Jesus Christ?
Question 18 How Could Christ Be Both God And Human At The Same Time? (The Communion Of Attributes)
Question 19 In What Sense Did Jesus Empty Himself? (Kenosis, Condescension Of Christ)
Question 20 What Are Some Common Misconceptions About Jesus Emptying Himself When He Came To Earth?
Question 21 Why Did Jesus Call Himself The Son Of Man?
Question 22 Did Jesus Ever Sin?
Question 23 Could Jesus Have Sinned? (The Peccability Of Christ)
Question 24 Was It Impossible For Jesus To Sin? (Impeccability)
Question 25 What Are The Usual Objections Brought Up Against The Idea That Jesus Could Not Have Sinned? (His Impeccability)
Question 26 What Common Ground Do Believers Have With Respect To Christ’s Ability To Sin?
Question 27 What Was The Purpose For Jesus’ Temptation?
Question 28 Why Is Jesus Called The Last Adam And The Second Man?
Question 29 Is The Virgin Birth To Be Understood Literally?
Question 30 Why Do We Find The Virgin Birth Only Recorded In Matthew And Luke?
Question 31 Why Is The Doctrine Of The Virgin Birth Important?
Question 32 Was The Virgin Conception Necessary?
Question 33 How Could A Virgin Birth Be Possible?
Question 34 Why Was Jesus Called The Son Of David?
Question 35 Was Jesus The Messiah?
Question 36 If Jesus Was The Messiah, Why Did His People Reject Him?
Question 37 If Jesus Was The Messiah, Why Did John The Baptist Have Doubts?
Question 38 Was Jesus The Prophet That Moses Predicted Would Come Into The World?
Question 39 Was Jesus A King?
Question 40 Was Jesus Always Confident Of His Identity?
Question 41 Will Jesus Christ Have Two Natures Forever?
Question 42 What Should We Conclude About The Identity Of Jesus Christ?

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