Christology for Christians: A Study of the History and Theology of the Person of Christ
Tuesday, October 4th, 2011
The Dividing Line, 1 to 3:30pm MST (appx)
On Tuesday beginning at 1pm MST we will have the equivalent of a seminary level class on Christology on The Dividing Line. Christology should be a fundamental area of study of any serious believer, yet it is often an area of profound ignorance amongst many who name the name of Christ. We would like to help our listeners to have a much better grasp of this vital area. So, we will do at least two full hours of lecture on this topic, with a brief break halfway through the lecture.
To make this lecture most helpful, I am assigning reading to be done beforehand. The main reading is from James P. Boyce’s Abstract of Systematic Theology, chapters 14, 15, 26 and 27, found here. We will likewise be looking at the Nicene, Chalcedonian and Athanasian creeds. You can find the text of these creeds here. If you wish to do some extra background reading, you can find background on the Nicene creed here, the Chalcedonian here, and the Athanasian here. Please join us for this important study live next Tuesday from 1 to 3:30pm MST. Obviously, for those who work during the day, we will post the audio as quickly as possible after the program is over. We hope you find this program a blessing!