Let us take a fresh look at the question of the divinity of Christ.
Must one accept the divine nature of Jesus only on the basis of
faith or are there logical reasons for doing so as well? Some of the
greatest minds over the centuries have attempted to answer
questions about the dual natures (one human and one divine) of
Christ. On the other hand, some of the simplest of persons seem
to have a profound knowledge of who Jesus was and is today. Most
of us are in between the simplest and the greatest. We offer you
some of the following resources so that you may have a better
understanding of this fundamental matter.
Edward H. Pauley
This article recapitulates the essentials of Christianity
that are common to all Christian churches.
The Uniqueness of Jesus
If Jesus was not God then who was he? Was he a liar or a lunatic?
The answer to these questions are essential to the Christian faith.
The Mystery Of God Incarnate
Paul D. Adams
In this lengthy essay, the author considers a possibility in addition
to the liar, lunatic or Lord problem that was the basis of the above
article. What if the divinity of Christ is simply a legend rather than
something that Jesus claimed for himself?
Word of Words
The author looks at the experience of
the two disciples on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24) and
its implications for the way we view the Scriptures.
The Gospels As Historical Sources
For Jesus,The Founder Of Christianity
R. T. France
This article considers the non-gospel accounts of Jesus to weigh
the historical validity of the four Gospels.
Faith and History
Richard B. Hays
Two books, considered some of the better works on the historical
Jesus movement, are considered in this review.
The Corrected Jesus
Richard B. Hays
This review essay critiques the methods used by the Jesus
Seminar in its attempts to determine which sayings of Jesus are
Contemporary Scholarship and
the Historical Evidence for the
Resurrection of Jesus Christ
William Lane Craig
This scholarly article reviews the evidence for the resurrection.
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