Category Archives: Christ as the key

Sally Lloyd-Jones, author of “The Jesus Bible Storybook”

Sally Lloyd-Jones is author of The Jesus Storybook Bible, a children’s book that helps show how the Old Testament teaches us about Jesus.  (For more such books, though most are for adults, see Christ in the Old Testament.)  This video of … Continue reading

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Whatever Became of the “Jesus Manifesto” Essay?

In June of 2009, successful and prolific Christian authors Leonard (Len) Sweet and Frank Viola published a 2,400-word essay on the Internet that they titled A Jesus Manifesto.  Their fuller title was: A Magna Carta for Restoring the Supremacy of Jesus Christ a.k.a. … Continue reading

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Who is Jesus? by Norton Herbst

Herbst opens: Jesus was a first century carpenter. What made him so influential 2,000 years later? I know men, and I tell you that Jesus Christ is no mere man. Between him and every other person in the world there … Continue reading

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Notes from “Messianic Exegesis” by Donald Juel

The following is a collection of unorganized notes taken from reading Donald Juel’s Messianic Exegesis: Christological Interpretation of the Old Testament in Early Christianity (1988). I wrote a review of the book, which can be found here. I also wrote … Continue reading

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The Bible Is About Jesus

The Scriptures Are About Christ The Old Testament (that is, the Hebrew Bible) Is About Jesus Christ – His Suffering and Glory Verses That Demonstrate How the Old Testament Speaks of Christ (Specific Examples) Verses That Indicate That the Old Testament Speaks of … Continue reading

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The Pre-Existent Son by Simon Gathercole (audio of presentation)

The YouTube description: A lecture by Dr. Simon Gathercole at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary on the Pre-existence of Jesus. (part 1) Gathercole is the author of The Preexistent Son: Recovering the Christologies of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. via Pre-existence of Jesus … Continue reading

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Jesus and Scripture (video)

This is a video clip (5:53) about Jesus and Scripture.  It features Darrell Bock, Peter Williams, and Mike Licona. Williams / Bock / Licona / Jesus / Scripture « Zwinglius Redivivus (Jim West).  Original source: Day of Discovery.

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Larry Hurtado Responds to Responds to His Book Lord Jesus Christ

Ben Witherington III re-blogs a post by Larry Hurtado in which the latter briefly reviews some responses to his magnum opus: Lord Jesus Christ: Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity (2003). An excerpt: In a recent comment, Sean Garrigan suggested … Continue reading

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The Mysterious Prophecy of Isaiah 53, Part III: The Mystery of the Sacrifice

A video (25:30) from Day of Discovery (publishers of Our Daily Bread) featuring these scholars: Michael Rydelnik Michael Brown Darrell Bock Walter Kaiser There are over 200 other viewable programs on this site as well.  [Editorial note as of April … Continue reading

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Father Barron: Modern Heresy of Marcionism (4/4) – YouTube

In this clip Father Barron gives a clear statement that Jesus Christ is the interpretive key of the Bible, calling attention especially to the book of Revelation where the Lamb of God is the only one found worthy “to open … Continue reading

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