In part two of this series I attempted to explain why it is just for nonbelievers to suffer eternal judgment for a temporal period of sin.
I proposed that since God is an infinitely and eternally … more
In part one of this series I attempted to explain how Jesus Christ could experience the eternal wrath of God in just several hours of suffering on the cross.
I proposed that Jesus Christ could … more
As a speaker at a theological conference I was asked the following provocative question:
How is it possible for Christ to have suffered the eternal wrath of God in just several hours on the cross … more
At the heart of historic Christianity resides an astounding truth-claim celebrated around the world at Christmas—the doctrine of the Incarnation: God became man in Jesus of Nazareth. This truth … more
Though I had many fine students over the years and lots of provocative discussions in and outside the classroom, one particular exchange with two students stands out in my memory. This dialogue … more
by Dr. Alex Metherell
The Passion of the Christ
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Mel Gibson’s movie The Passion of the Christ has … more
The Jesus who emerges never resembles the Christ of historic Christianity. These shows leave the Christian viewer discouraged, confused, or perhaps ready to reach for a foam brick.
Liberal scholars … more
The only known account of the wise men and of the astronomical event that spurred them to action is found in the book of Matthew. This dramatic story has generated numerous articles, books, songs, and … more
by Dennis Ingolfsland
People today ask the same provocative question that Jesus once asked his disciples, “Who do you say I am?” Modern historians present Jesus as a cynic, reformer, … more
This central article of the Christian faith is known as the doctrine of the Incarnation: God became man in Jesus of Nazareth. It is this truth that sets Christianity apart from all other religions of … more
by Dennis Ingolfsland
The question, “Who do people say the son of man is?” (Matt. 16:13), while originally posed by Jesus to the disciples, is still the subject of much debate today. … more
The vast majority of the world's people recognize Jesus of Nazareth as a great moral teacher, perhaps even a prophet, but only a small percentage, as yet, accept Him as the Messiah, the "deliverer," … more