CWV-101 Topic 4 Study Guide
CWV-101 Topic 4 Study Guide Cwv-101
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Date Created: 10/09/16
Christian Worldview 101, Study Guide Topic 4 The Messiah: Jesus Christ “Jesus was fully God and fully man at the same time.” *The Incarnation: the idea of God becoming man humanity of Jesus Humanity of Jesus: - He got thirsty, hungry, asked questions, grew up, born of a woman, tempted, died and bled - He needed to be fully man to understand the sins of man Divinity of Jesus - He could forgive sins, receive worship, risen from death, perform miracles, control weather/elements The life of Jesus= divinity -> humanity -> servant -> criminal death Vocab and Ideas - Historically, Christians have looked upon the for Gospels for the life of Jesus (New Testament- Matthew, Mark, Luke & John). - They are called Gospels because they portray the life of Jesus as “good news” - The biblical Gospels were written after the death of Jesus to create the understanding of churches founded by those Jesus appointed as apostles - The difference of writings of the Synoptic Gospels- Matthew, Mark, and Luke – and the Gospel of John - Matthew, Mark, and Luke, are referred to as the Synoptic Gospels because their synopsis or plot is roughly the same - There are often gnostic gospels which are the principal alternative to original Christianity, Gnosticism - Gnosticism: the world was created by a lesser deity and Christ was an emissary of the remote supreme divine being; knowledge could redeem the human spirit.
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