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Who is Jesus, Part Two, B

Who is Jesus, Part Two, B

Alistair Begg continues to answer the question we’ve considered all week: Who Is Jesus? According to Alistair, if we stop at the sentimental renderings of a baby in a manger we’ve missed the power and purpose of the Gospel! Hear his explanation as we turn to the Bible. More 

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Who Is Jesus?

As men and women both inside and outside the church become increasingly confused about what they believe and why, it is imperative that we make sure that we have a solid grasp of the "essentials." Nowhere is this more necessary than in the matter of the person and work of Jesus Christ. If we are able to identify the fraudulent statements concerning Christ which are found in Mormonism and other cults, we must pay careful attention to biblical truth. It is essential that we are able to clearly answer the questions: What did He say? What does it mean and what does it matter?

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