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Christ-ology

THE PERSON OF CHRIST 

  1. His Pre-existence
  2. Old Testament Prophesies
  3. Incarnation
  4. Virgin Birth
  5. Deity
  6. Hypostatic Union

INCARNATION

  1. Reveal God to man
  2. Demonstrate perfect humanity
  3. Sacrifice for sin
  4. Destroy the works of Satan
  5. To destroy Satan’s power over Death
  6. To become a High Priest
  7. To fulfill the promise to David
  8. To judge mankind

VIRGIN BIRTH

  1. Scriptures
  2. Debate over the virgin birth
  3. Importance of virgin birth
    1a. Teaching of the scripture
    2a. Natural or Supernatural?
    3a. Explains lack of a sin nature
    4a. Jeconiah curse

DEITY

  1. Definition: Christ was and is God
  2. Possesses the Characteristics of Deity
  3. Elohim and Jehovah of the O.T.
  4. Functions of Deity

HYPOSTATIC UNION

  1. Definition
  2. Main Bible Verse: 2:5-11
  3. Voluntarily Emptied Himself of What?
  4. Deity and Humanity Combined
  5. Concluding Verse: John 1:14

THE WORK OF CHRIST

  1. Definitions
  2. Resurrection
  3. Substitutionary Death
  4. Redemption or Ransom
  5. Propitiation
  6. Reconciliation
  7. Justification
  8. Regeneration

DEFINITIONS

  1. Atonement
  2. Blood
  3. Cross
  4. Forgiveness
  5. Guilt
  6. Imputation
  7. Justification
  8. Propitiation
  9. Ransom
  10. Reconciliation
  11. Redemption
  12. Remission
  13. Righteousness
  14. Sanctification
  15. Substitution

RESURRECTION

  1. Predictions of the Resurrection
  2. Proofs of the Resurrection
    a. Mary Magdalene
    b.Other women
    c. Peter
    d. Emmaus Rd
    e.Assembled apostles
    f. For Thomas
    g. 3rd time for apostles
    h. The 500
    i. James
    j. In Galilee
    k. At the Ascension
    l. Stephen
    m. Paul
    n. John
  1. Results of the Resurrection
    a. Deity
    b. Justification
    c. Our Resurrection
    d. Judgment

SUBSTITUTIONARY DEATH

  1. Did not die for His own sins
  2. Died for the sins of others
  3. Greek Prepositions
  4. Summary

REDEMPTION OR RANSOM 

  1. Definition
  2. To pay the purchase price
  3. To pay the purchase price and remove from the market place
  4. To pay the ransom for a slave or captive and set them free
  5. Summary

PROPITIATION 

  1. Definition 1 John 2:1-2
  2. The Wrath of God
  3. What happened before the cross?
  4. What happens after the cross?
  5. Summary

RECONCILIATION 

  1. Definition
  2. Greek words
  3. Who was changed?
  4. Man’s need for Reconciliation
  5. Conclusions

JUSTIFICATION 

  1. Definition
  2. Man is under the judgment of God
  3. Solution: Man must first be counted Righteous in the sight of God
  4. Only applies to believers

REGENERATION

  1. Definition
  2. Other Passages
  3. The Necessity for Regeneration
  4. The Means of Regeneration
  5. The Results of Regeneration

CHRIST DIED FOR THE…

Believers Only

  • JUSTIFICATION REGENERATION
  • UNLIMITED ATONEMENT

Whole World

  • RECONCILIATION
  • PROPITIATION
  • REDEMPTION
  • LIMITED ATONEMENT