Who is Jesus Christ?

January 6, 2017 – January 27, 2017

Who is Jesus Christ?

Who is Jesus Christ? This question is vital to the Christian faith. For 2000 years, Christians have declared that Jesus Christ is Savior and Lord. But since the earliest days of Christianity, individuals have developed alternative claims and unorthodox interpretations about who Jesus is and what he has done in an effort to make sense of what they don’t understand. With so many conflicting interpretations, how can we be sure that what we believe about Jesus is true? In this Groundwork series, we’ll study the scriptural evidence for what Christians believe about the person, nature, role, and purpose of Jesus Christ. Special guest Han-luen Kantzer Komline shares insight about the historic people and events that shaped how we answer "Who is Jesus Christ?" today. 

Episodes in this Series

Who is Jesus Christ?January 6 , 2017

The Person of Jesus Christ

Who is Jesus? Filter through the noise to discover the Bible's answer, because what we believe about the existence, nature, and person of Jesus Christ profoundly informs how we live our daily lives. ​

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Who is Jesus Christ?January 13 , 2017

The Supremacy of Christ

We use a lot of titles to describe Christ: firstborn of the dead, firstborn of all creation, reconciler, and head of the Church. Join the conversation to discover the origin of these titles and what they mean we believe about Jesus Christ.

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Who is Jesus Christ?January 20 , 2017

How Jesus Changed Our Understanding of God

From where in scripture does the belief that Jesus is God come? Or the belief in the Trinity, that God is three persons yet one God? Together let's discover the biblical source of these beliefs and discuss both their history and implications.

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Who is Jesus Christ?January 27 , 2017

Christ Throughout History

Study scripture with us to discover why it's possible for Jesus Christ to be both fully God and fully man and how we can learn from history to recognize variations of historical heresies today.

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