The Nature of Jesus
Jesus is exactly Who He needs to be in order to save us. It is that same nature that also causes Him to love us. Only He is Who we need Him to be.
Day One: Who is Jesus?
Unlike the question "Does God exist?" very few people question whether Jesus Christ existed. It is generally accepted that Jesus was truly a man who walked on the earth in Israel 2000 years ago. The debate begins when the subject of Jesus' full identity is discusse...
For more, see: "What was Jesus like as a person?"
Day Two: Eternal Generation
The doctrine of eternal generation harkens back to the very early stages of the Christian church. This doctrine, along with the eternal procession of the Holy Spirit, form the basis for the complete doctrine of the Trinity...
For more, see: "Was Jesus created?"
Day Three: The Cornerstone
In ancient building practices, the cornerstone was the principal stone placed at the corner of the edifice. The cornerstone was usually one of the largest, the most solid, and the most carefully constructed of any in the edifice...
Day Four: Sinless
Yes, Jesus was sinless, and it is because Jesus was sinless that we have hope of an eternity in heaven. If Jesus were not sinless, there would be no sacrifice for sin. Adam and Eve's disobedience to God in the Garden of Eden ushered sin into this world...
For more, see: "Could Jesus have sinned (peccability or impeccability)?"
Day Five: Where is Jesus?
According to Mark 16:19 and 1 Peter 3:22, Jesus is in heaven right now at the right hand of God the Father. Luke 24:51 and Acts 1:9-11 describe the bodily ascension of Jesus, which occurred 40 days after His resurrection...
For more, see: "Does Jesus have a physical body in heaven?"
Day Six: Jesus and Pacifism
A pacifist is someone who is opposed to violence, especially war, for any purpose. A pacifist often refuses to bear arms for reasons of conscience or religious conviction...
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