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It is important for all Christians to be certain that our beliefs about Jesus Christ accurately reflect biblical truth so that we are not deceived—and so that we can introduce Him to others. So, what do we believe concerning Jesus?
Jesus must be viewed as God by virtue of the facts that He has the names of God, the attributes of God, and the authority of God; He does the works of God; and He is worshiped as God. We have also seen persuasive scriptural evidences for the doctrine of the Trinity. Our triune God is an awesome God!
Since Jesus Christ is God, then God’s Word is Jesus’s Word. Christ said, “Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away” ( Matthew 24:35 ). When you compromise the Word of God, it is also an attack on the Son of God, whose Word it is.
While technically silent on the issue of Jesus Christ having a wife during His earthly life, the Bible does not give us any reason to think He was married, and it gives us numerous reasons to conclude that He was not married.
The message of the gospel—Christ’s death and resurrection for the salvation of mankind—is the message the world desperately needs to hear.
The incarnation—when Jesus Christ, who is God the Son, became flesh and lived among us—is vital to the precious doctrine of salvation.
How accurate is the common perception of baby Jesus born in a lowly stable? Was Jesus really born of a virgin? What are the implications of the God-child?
Jesus Christ, the Creator of the universe, took on flesh and endured the horror of death by crucifixion in order that man might be reconciled to God.
Is Jesus truly God? There are many cults and religions today that deny His deity. What is the truth about Jesus Christ? We turn to the Scriptures for answers.
Did Jesus truly rise bodily from the dead, or is the account of his Resurrection simply one of the greatest hoaxes of all time?
Bible-affirming Christians are often accused of being narrow minded. However, Christ himself set an example of unashamedly holding fast to the truth.
The gospel is not something God hid until Jesus came in the flesh. After Adam’s Fall, God shared the seeds of a plan He had already worked out.
Aspects of Jesus’ humanity are often overlooked, but it is important to understand why Jesus took on flesh and dwelt among us (John 1:14).
Why are people called fools in Scripture even though Jesus told us not to call people fools?
In order to combat the erroneous teaching that was infiltrating the church in Colossae, Paul reminded them of the supremacy of Jesus Christ.
If the Cross was not required to save sinners, then why did God permit Jesus to face such torture if it wasn’t even necessary?
The Lost Gospel is yet another attempt to show Jesus as the husband of Mary Magdalene, and this time Jacobovici claims to have proof.
If you told the average American 50 years ago that “in the 21st century, America will take Christ out of Christmas and make it nothing but a pagan holiday,” I’m sure most would have responded with something like, “No—not here—that would never happen.” But it is happening.
There were occasions in Scripture when Jesus wept and lamented. It seems logical to ask ourselves then, why did Jesus weep and lament?
Florida Atlantic University has now issued an apology for instructing students to stomp on the name of Jesus.
The first man’s fall into sin was a real event and is the direct cause of sin in this world; everybody else became tainted.
Mark’s Gospel claims Jesus was “immediately” driven into the wilderness after His baptism, but John seems to disagree. Ron Dudek examines the context of these passages.
Did Jesus go up or down the mountain to deliver the Sermon on the Mount? Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S., explains.
Did Jesus first appear to the eleven disciples on a mountain in Galilee or in Jerusalem behind closed doors?
Our contemporary Christian culture has slipped into some flawed views of biblical authority. Among them is the attitude that it’s good to know what the Bible says but we can turn to other sources
John states that Jesus cleansed the temple early in His ministry, but the other Gospels place the temple-cleansing near the end of His ministry. Tim Chaffey, AiG–U.S. explains these accounts.
David Wright, AiG–U.S., examines the real reason for the season, Jesus Christ.
Jeremy Ham, AiG–U.S., expains that the focus of a birthday celebration should not be on self, but on the one who created life.
A bowl dating back to the time of Christ bears an intriguing description: “Christ the magician.” What could it mean?
The supreme argument for the accuracy of Scripture is simply that God Himself tells us it can be trusted.
Is it even possible to understand the Incarnation? Paul Taylor examines the true meaning of Christmas.
From the very beginning, Adam’s relationship with God was dependent on faith and obedience to God’s word as absolute truth.
There is considerable debate these days concerning the inerrancy (infallibility) of Scripture.
Recently my teenage son and I were watching a sporting event.
Certain Chinese characters show mankind’s lost condition.
In these words of Jesus we find He teaches that Adam and Eve were created in 'the beginning of the creation'-not billions of years after the beginning!