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Recommended: MaCleod on the Person of Christ

Christian theologians have traditionally organized the study of the Lord Jesus Christ into two broad categories: the Person of Christ (his identity as fully God and fully man) and the Work of Christ (what he has done and what it … Continue reading

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A Redeemer Will Come to Zion

The Incarnation is an act of war: The LORD saw it, and it displeased him that there was no justice. 16 He saw that there was no man, and wondered that there was no one to intercede; then his own … Continue reading

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Being a friend like The Friend

“We are to join our friends in their blessedness as well as in their afflictions. One of the particular comforts we have, by virtue of our Savior’s priestly intercession for us, is that He is able to be touched with … Continue reading

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God Contracted to a Span

Here at Curve Baptist Church, we are taking a few Sunday evenings during Advent ┬áto reflect on the Person of our Lord Jesus Christ. Tonight, we are considering the importance of the full humanity of the Lord Jesus. If you … Continue reading

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He Stooped to Conquer For Us

“By (His Incarnation and humiliation) our Lord has, with His strong feet, broken out a pathway along which, in Him, sinful man may at length climb up to the high destiny which was promised him when it was declared he … Continue reading

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Reminding Ourselves that Jesus is Fully God

I am convinced that there is a gear in our minds that automatically demotes Christ to a position beneath the Father, especially as we read the story of his birth at this time of year. There are all sorts of … Continue reading

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How is the Son “Begotten” of the Father, yet also “Co-Equal” with the Father?

What does it mean to confess that Christ is “begotten of the Father,” yet is also himself fully God and co-equal with the Father? This may sound like a very fine theological point, and in some ways it is. Yet … Continue reading

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