Jesus the Man
Some sects accept that Jesus is God but deny His humanity. They fail to recognize that in order to be the perfect sacrifice for mankind, He had to become mankind.
Day One: The Incarnation
Incarnation is a term used by theologians to indicate that Jesus, the Son of God, took on human flesh. This is similar to the hypostatic union...
For more, see: "What does incarnate mean? How was Jesus God incarnate?"
Day Two: Immutability
Great theological minds have had to wrestle with this very question, often in the course of responding to false teachers. As the early theologians formulated their answers, they upheld the affirmations of Scripture...
Day Three: Word become Flesh
The term word is used in different ways in the Bible. In the New Testament, there are two Greek words translated "word": rhema and logos. They have slightly different meanings...
Day Four: The Importance of Jesus' Humanity
The humanity of Jesus is as equally important as the deity of Jesus. Jesus was born as a human being while still being totally divine. The concept of the humanity of Jesus co-existing with His deity is difficult for the finite mind of man to comprehend...
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