The Bible clearly teaches what orthodox Christians have believed for centuries, namely, that Jesus Christ is Almighty God.

There are explicit assertions that Christ is God in John 1:1-4, 20:28, Rom. 9:5, Tit. 2:13, Heb. 1:8, and 2 Pet. 1:1.

There are applications of divine names to the Lord Jesus in Isaiah 9:6, 40:3, and 1 Tim. 3:16.  Click to read more about “Jesus Is God”

Being a Christian means having a relationship with God through the Lord Jesus Christ.  Oftentimes, we can get side tracked and pursue Christianity with little regard for the Person of Christ.  Things like legalism, mysticism, and asceticism (Col 2) can take our focus off the Lord Jesus.  Click to read more about “Is Christ the focus of your Christianity?”

The Christian Gospel is a message regarding God, man, and the Mediator between the two, the Lord Jesus Christ. The Bible says that God is “of purer eyes than to behold evil, and cannot look on wickedness” (Hab 1:13).

This is bad news for man as the Bible says concerning everyone: “There is none righteous, no not one; there is one who understands; there is none who weeks after God. They have all turned aside; They have together become unprofitable; there is none who does good, no not one” (Rom 3:10-12). Click to read more about “The Gospel of Jesus Christ”

Who is Jesus Christ?

Who does the Bible say that He is?

It is often assumed that everyone in North America knows who the Lord Jesus Christ is.  People may think that He is the founder of Christianity, a good religious teacher, or perhaps an example to be followed.  A Christian may well respond that He is a Saviour and friend of sinners.  Christ is all of these things to be sure, but He is so much more!

The Bible teaches that Jesus Christ is a Prophet, Priest, and King. Click to read more about “Who is Jesus Christ”

In the 2nd London Confession of Faith, chapter 2:1, we read concerning God: “The Lord our God is but one only living and true God…without body, parts, or passions…” The denial of passions with reference to God is referred to as the doctrine of divine impassibility.

A Statement of the Doctrine

A standard definition of impassibility is, “That divine attribute whereby God is said not to experience inner emotional changes, whether enacted freely from within or effected by his relationship to and interaction with human beings and the created order.” Click to read more about “What does ‘God…without passions’ Mean?”