Has a human and a divine personality, but only one nature.
Was more human than divine.
Was more divine than human.
Was God manifest in flesh.
The omnipotence of a deliverer.
The incarnation of a deliverer.
The love of a deliverer.
The avenging of a deliverer.
Genesis and Exodus
Acts and Revelation
Matthew and Luke
Timothy and Titus
The circumstances surrounding Christ’s birth.
The time Christ spent making disciples.
Christ’s prophetic teaching ministry.
The last week of Christ’s life.
At His birth in Bethlehem.
As a boy of twelve in the temple in Jerusalem.
After being anointed with the Holy Spirit at His baptism.
When He preached the Sermon on the Mount.
As Son of God, He could not sin, but as man, He could.
He could not sin, as there was nothing in Him to respond to Satan’s temptation.
If He could not have sinned, His being tempted was meaningless.
God was testing Him to find out if He could or would sin.
Are exaggerated accounts of quite natural happenings.
Demonstrated His deity.
Are symbols of spiritual truths.
Jewish hostility only.
Gentile fears that He might lead a successful revolt against Rome.
Rejection by both Jews and Gentiles.
The cowardice of His disciples to rescue Him.
Foundational to the Christian faith.
The one doctrine all Christians must believe in.
The most significant miracle of God recorded in the Bible.
Very significant, as it is recorded in all four gospels.