All Resources on The Person of Christ
Don Carson talks about the centrally important doctrine of the incarnation.
Russell Moore discusses the doctrine of the person of Christ: fully God, fully man, one person with two natures.
By becoming a man, Jesus shows us the glory of God.
Christ became our salvation because he was perfect in three ways: in his dignity, in his eternity, and in his purity.
We are saved by Jesus' suffering because that is what will glorify God most.
John Piper shares an unforgettable moment from seminary.
Though numerous questions remain, we know there's no one like Jesus and no words of eternal life like the words he spoke.
To know God, we need to be taught by him who Jesus is.
When Jesus is our highest Treasure something about everything changes.
John Piper says Jesus encountered every temptation on the cross.
Look beyond the bread God provides to the Bread of Life.
John Piper says that Jesus was both capable and incapable of sinning.
The natural timeframe of sowing and reaping does not pertain to Jesus and his saving power.
The woman-at-the-well account reveals woeful truth about us and wonderful truth about Jesus.
John the Baptist models how we ought to respond to the exaltation of Jesus.
John Piper, with a little help, names a few passages that testify to Christ's spotlessness.
John Piper says Scripture is consistent: Jesus is terribly just towards sinners and tenderly merciful towards those who repent.
Jesus knows everything about everyone and is still willing to love those who trust in him.