Module 4 - Christology

Introduction

Module 4 - Christology

In the Gospel of Matthew, in Matthew 16, Jesus has an important conversation with his disciples. They’re in the town of Caesarea Philippi, a town outside of Israel, and Jesus begins in Matthew, chapter 16, verse 13, with a very simple question for his disciples: “Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?” Jesus wants his disciples to tell him what other people are saying about his identity, about who he is. The disciples tell Jesus, in verse 14, that some people say that he is John the Baptist. Some people say that he is Elijah. Other people say that he is Jeremiah. Still other people say that he is simply one of the prophets. (NOTE: The remainder of this module will be completed in the coming months, Lord willing.)

Introduction

In the Gospel of Matthew, in Matthew 16, Jesus has an important conversation with his disciples. They’re in the town of Caesarea Philippi, a town outside of Israel, and Jesus begins in Matthew, chapter 16, verse 13, with a very simple question for his disciples: “Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?” Jesus wants his disciples to tell him what other people are saying about his identity, about who he is. The disciples tell Jesus, in verse 14, that some people say that he is John the Baptist. Some people say that he is Elijah. Other people say that he is Jeremiah. Still other people say that he is simply one of the prophets. (NOTE: The remainder of this module will be completed in the coming months, Lord willing.)

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1.  Introduction

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Dr. Stephen Myers

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