• Why the God Man: The Mystery of the Incarnation Media Resource by

    Jesus is the eternal Word of God in human flesh. As the God-Man, Jesus is one person with complete yet distinct divine and human natures. The biblical account of the incarnation raises one of the most important questions ever to be asked: Why the God-Man? In this session, Dr. Owen Strachan unpacks the central role of the incarnation for understanding the person and work of Christ. View Resource

  • Why the God-Man: The Mystery of the Incarnation Media Resource by

    Jesus is the eternal Word of God in human flesh. In the opening of John’s gospel, we learn that the Son of God became something He was not—a man. At the same time, He remained what He always was—the second person of the Trinity. As the God-Man, Jesus is one person with complete yet distinct divine and human natures. The biblical account of the incarnation raises one of the most important questions ever to be asked: Why the God-Man? In this session, Dr. Stephen Nichols unpacks the central role of the incarnation for understanding the person and work of Christ. View Resource

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  • Babe in the Manger Media Resource by

    Two thousand years ago there was a baby born in a manger that was, in the truest sense of the word, unique. Not only was He sinless, He was also God in the flesh. Did the Babe in the manger know that the world was round? How long did it take for Him to learn to speak? Dr. Sproul will move beyond the speculative and explain the real benefits we receive by being united to the Incarnate Son of God. View Resource

  • How Should We Think Because of Christmas (Part 2) Media Resource by

    Delivering a Christmas message from a rather unexpected Scripture passage, Dr. Sproul shares some biblical insights with us as we prepare our hearts for the Advent season in this second part of the message entitled “How We Should Think Because of Christmas.”  View Resource

  • The First Gifts of Christmas (Part 1) Media Resource by

    How many wise men were actually at the first Christmas? Where exactly did they come from? Dr. Sproul examines these questions and helps us focus our thoughts on the joy of giving as he considers “The First Gifts of Christmas.”  View Resource

  • How Should We Think Because of Christmas (Part 1) Media Resource by

    In “How We Should Think Because of Christmas,” Dr. Sproul gives us an unexpected message for Christmas, as he looks at the twenty-seventh chapter of first Samuel, and David’s words: “Now I shall perish someday by the hand of Saul.” View Resource

  • The First Gifts of Christmas (Part 2) Media Resource by

    What can the gifts from the Magi tell us about the baby born that first Christmas morning? What is so special about gold, frankincense and myrrh? The answer is not so much in their intrinsic value; rather, their value is in what they signify. In this message, Dr. Sproul takes us back to the visit of the Magi recorded in the second chapter of Matthew’s Gospel to consider the scriptural and cultural evidence for the significance of “The First Gifts of Christmas.”  View Resource