Fully God yet fully man. The dual identity of Jesus is both amazing and mysterious. Alistair Begg provides insight into the divine and human character of Christ. Hear a credible answer to the relevant question Who is Jesus? on Truth For Life Weekend with Alistair Begg! More
Who Is Jesus?Who is Jesus? It’s a question we all need to answer. Is He the Son of God, as Christians have believed for more than 2,000 years—or is he just a man? Alistair Begg examines the Gospels and explains that Jesus made direct claims that He is both God and man. People of His day understood who He was claiming to be. That’s why they accused Him of blasphemy. Today, people inside and outside the Church are increasingly confused about what they believe and why. We hear fraudulent claims about Jesus throughout our culture, so it is imperative that we have a solid grasp on His person and work. We must pay careful attention to biblical truth, and we need to be able to clearly answer the questions: What did Jesus say? What does it mean? And does it matter to our lives today?
By God’s design, the local church is comprised of leaders and followers. To achieve harmony, both parties must be faithful to God’s plan. Anything less will create discord. Be sure to listen when we look at Paul’s admonition to the Thessalonian believers on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Just as God has established an authority structure for the home, He’s also designed a leadership structure in the local church. It includes cooperation from both leaders and members. Listen to learn how God’s design can bring harmony in your church on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Two-thousand years ago, Jesus promised He would return to Earth. And living with the certainty of His second coming should make a difference in the way we live today. Listen to Truth For Life as Alistair Begg teaches about what to do while we wait. More
The return of Jesus piques our curiosity and raises many thought-provoking questions. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains that we shouldn’t make those questions our primary focus. Instead, we should stay alert and encourage others in light of Christ’s return. More