Jesus the Christ

ISBN-10: 1931709688
ISBN-13: 9781931709682
Edition: 2003
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Book details

List price: $14.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Our Sunday Visitor, Publishing Division
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Person of Jesus in the New Testament
Objectives
Supplemental Reading
The Jesus of History and the Christ of Faith
How Did Jesus Reveal That He Was the Son of God Incarnate?
Jesus Is Fully Man
Jesus' Perception of Who He Is
What Jesus Says and Does
Son of God
Son of Man
The 'I Am' Sayings
Conclusion of Part Two
How Does the New Testament Church Proclaim Jesus to Be God?
The Word Through Whom the Father Created
Jesus Is Lord
Jesus Is Worshiped
Does the New Testament Call Jesus 'God'?
Conclusion
Further Reading
Jesus: The Fathers and the Early Councils
Objectives
Supplemental Reading
Opening Thoughts
Factors That Contributed to the Patristic Christological Development
Never a Doubt as to What the Faith Is
Three Christological Truths
From Ignatius of Antioch to the Council of Nicaea
Ignatius of Antioch and the Docetists
Justin Martyr the Apologist
Dynamic and Modalistic Monarchianism
Dynamic Monarchianism (Adoptionism)
Modalistic Monarchianism (Sabellianism)
Tertullian: The Word Became Flesh
Origen and the Soul of Christ
Arius' Christology and the Council of Nicaea
From Athanasius to the Council of Chalcedon
Athanasius: The Word Became Man and Did Not Come Into Man
Apollinarius and the Humanity of Christ
The Cappadocians: What Is Not Assumed Is Not Saved
Nestorius vs. Cyril
The Christology of Nestorius
The Christology of Cyril of Alexandria
From Ephesus to Chalcedon
The Council of Chalcedon
Conclusion
Further Reading
Some Further Developments in Christology
Objectives
Supplemental Reading
Further Patristic Developments Concerning the Humanity of Jesus
Christ Possesses Both a Divine and Human Intellect and Will
Christ's Human Knowledge and Consciousness
The Human Knowledge of Jesus
The Son's Human Self-consciousness
Did Jesus Know That He Was God?
How Did the Son of God Become Humanly Conscious of His Divine Identity?
Is Jesus a Human Person?
The Human 'I' of Jesus
Further Issues Concerning the Incarnation
The Son of God Subsists as Man
Kenotic Christology
The Son's 'Sinful' Humanity
Conclusion
Further Reading
New Testament Soteriology
Objectives
Supplemental Reading
The Work of the Cross
Assuming Our Condemnation
Jesus' Atoning Sacrifice
Putting to Death Our Sinful Humanity
The Resurrection and Pentecost
The Resurrection: The Father's Love for Jesus
From the Cross to the Resurrection and the Gift of the Spirit
The Acts of the Apostles
The Letters of Paul
The Gospel of John
The Letter to the Hebrews
The Book of Revelation
The Son of God Risen as a Complete Man
The New Life of the Holy Spirit
Being a New Creation in Christ
Living in Christ
Conclusion
Further Reading
Further Developments in Soteriology
Objectives
Supplemental Reading
Patristic Soteriology
Justin Martyr
Irenaeus
Tertullian
Origen
Athanasius
The Cappadocians
Augustine
Medieval Soteriology
Anselm of Canterbury
Abelard and Bernard of Clairvaux
Thomas Aquinas
Contemporary Soteriology
Karl Barth
Gustavo Gutierrez and Liberation Theology
Pope John Paul II
Conclusion
Further Reading
Conclusion
Appendixes
Ignatius of Antioch
Origen
Athanasius
Cyril of Alexandria
Pope Leo the Great
Index

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