Despite some technology gremlins causing a bit of bother (printers + iphones!), I hope it's fair to say we had fun last night introducing the subject of Christology - the doctrine/s of Christ.
We looked at his disproportionate impact on civilisation as well as some of the historical and social context behind Jesus' ministry. We also very briefly mentioned the difficulty in separating the so-called "Jesus of history" and "Christ of faith" - before examining the the three fold offices of Christ (Prophet / Priest / King) as well as several of his major titles. All in the context of OT theology and history.
Next time, we'll be taking a good look at the united natures of Christ - i.e. the doctrine of the Incarnation. For now, find full notes for last night's session below, in addition to the Ravi Zacharias video and hymn I played. (Sung to Auld Lang Syne!)
Second year TTS students - click here for the S7 notes!
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