• The Chalcedonian Solution

    Acts 20:28

    Who upholds the cosmos? Christ, according to His divine nature, because deity sustains the creation. Who died and rose again? Christ, according to His human nature, because only humanity can die and be restored to life. We distinguish Christ’s two ...Read More

  • A Child is Born

    Isaiah 9:1–7

    Some have argued that today’s passage predicts the birth of King Hezekiah, but given the failures of even righteous Hezekiah (Isa. 39), it is clear that these verses must refer ultimately to the Son of David, who is also the ...Read More

  • The Choice of the High Priest

    Hebrews 5:5–6

    Christ, as the incarnate Savior, was appointed our High Priest by God Himself. Thus, anyone else who claims to be a mediator between us and our Creator is making a false claim. There is only one High Priest, and all ...Read More

  • Christ and Melchizedek

    Hebrews 7:1–3

    It is impossible to walk away from an honest reading of Hebrews—indeed, from an honest reading of the entire New Testament—without the highest view of the person of Christ. He is no ordinary human founder of a world religion like ...Read More

  • Christ Ascended

    Ephesians 4:9-10

    The ascension of Christ makes it possible for people all over the world to commune with Him both in His deity and His humanity. The whole Christ is present to us so that we can benefit from His humanity even ...Read More

  • Christmas in Time and Space

    Luke 2:1–7

    The Bible insists that the Son of God entered history at a specific point and remains united to a human nature in the person of Jesus Christ forever. This is radically different from the Hindu concept of incarnation, which says ...Read More

  • Christ Our Prophet

    John 4:19

    History is filled with false prophets who deceived many people but were ultimately proven not to have a word from God. Christ, however, is the true Prophet whose Word is absolutely trustworthy and whose Word never fails to accomplish His ...Read More

  • Christ Resurrected

    1 Corinthians 15:20–22

    We understandably think readily of the cross when we consider the saving work of Christ because the atonement pays for our transgressions and cleanses us from sin. But Christ’s resurrection is equally important. Without His resurrection, Christ’s death would have ...Read More

  • The Church as the Glory of God

    John 17:22

    John Calvin writes, “No one ought to be reckoned among the disciples of Christ, unless we perceive the glory of God impressed on him, as with a seal, by the likeness of Christ.” Do you want to know if you ...Read More

  • The Coming Mighty God

    Isaiah 9:6–7

    There is much that we can learn about the person and work of Christ by studying the titles given to Him in Scripture. This task entails studying the Old Testament background of the New Testament titles given to Jesus. Passages ...Read More

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