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idx: Christology

Posted by David Cox on March 27, 2019
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General Works on Christology




  1. Adam, Karl – The Christ of Faith, The Christology of the Church flipbook (1957)
  2. AnonymousThe Offices of Christ
  3. Ayre, J. Logan – The Christology of the Earliest Gospel flipbook (1924)
  4. Ayres, Samuel Gardiner – Jesus Christ our Lord, Bibliography of Christology (5000 titles) flipbook (1906)
  5. Bailey, John William (1873-1969) – Does Hellenism contribute constituent elements to Paul’s Christology? flipbook (1905)




  6. Flavel – A Display of Christ – Part V (Of Christ’s Wonderful Person)
  7. Fleming, Robert – Christology a Discourse concerning Christ flipbook (1705)
  8. Finlayson – The Person of Christ
  9. Granbery, John Cowper (1874-) – Outline of NT Christology, a study of genetic relationship with the Christology of the New Testament Periodflipbook (1909)
  10. Guyse, John (1680-1761) – Jesus Christ God-Man, or the Constitution of Christ’s Person flipbook (1719)



  11. Hegstenberg, Ernst Wilhelm (1802-1869)- Christology of the Old Testament v1 flipbook (1836)
  12. Hegstenberg, Ernst Wilhelm (1802-1869)- Christology of the Old Testament v2 flipbook (1836)
  13. Hocking – Christology – The Doctrine of Jesus Christ
  14. Hodge, AA – The Person of Christ
  15. Loofs, Friedrich (1858-1928) – What is the Truth about Jesus Christ? flipbook (1913)
  16. MacNeill, Harris Lachlan (1871-) – The Christology of the Epistle to the Hebrews flipbook (1914)



  17. Owen, John – Christologia
  18. Paine, Levi Leonard (1837-1902) – A Critical History of the Evolution of Trinitarianism, and Its Outcome in the New Christology flipbook (1900) Unitarian
  19. Prescott, W.W. – Doctrine of Christ (1919)
  20. Rashdall, Hastings (1858-1924) – God and Man flipbook (1930)
  21. Rostron, Sydney Nowell (1883-) – The Christology of St. Paul: Hulsean Prize essay flipbook (1912)
  22. Sanday, William (1843-1920) – Christology and Personality flipbook (1911)
  23. Stedman, RayFour Faces of Christ.
  24. Stark, Alonzo Rosecrans – The Christology in the Apostolic Fathers flipbook (1912)



  25. Warfield – The Christ That Paul Preached
  26. Warfield – The Historical Christ
  27. Warfield – The Person Of Christ According To The New Testament
  28. Watts, Isaac (1674-1748) – The Glory of Christ as God-Man flipbook (1795)
  29. Whyte, Alexander – Our Lord as a Believing Man
  30. Weiss, Louis – Some Burning Questions pertaining to Messiahship of Jesus and Christology in General, Why Jews do not accept them flipbook(1904)
  31. Winslow, Octavius – Consider Jesus (b) 354K (87 pages) chapter content



  32. Winslow, Octavius – Fullness of Christ (b) 511K (186 pages)
  33. Winslow, Octavius – Glimpses of the Truth as it is in Jesus (b) 432K (155 pages)
  34. Winslow, Octavius – Glory of the Redeemer (b) 622K (251 pages)
  35. Winslow, Octavius – The Tree of Life (b) 374K (141 pages)
  36. Witmer – What Think Ye of Christ?

More Christology Works Hosted on our Website

Boettner, L. – The Significance of Christ’s Death

Posted by David Cox on January 6, 2019
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The Significance of Christ’s Death

By Loraine Boettner

If we compare the manner in which the service of the world’s greatest men have been rendered, and that in which Christ’s work of redemption was rendered, we are immediately impressed with an outstanding contrast. While the service of men is rendered during their lifetime, and while Christ too, for that matter, lived a life of unparalleled service, the climax of His work came at its very close, and our salvation is ascribed pre-eminently to His suffering and death. Practically all of the material recorded in the Gospels has to do with the events which occurred during the last three years of His life, and approximately one-third of the material has to do with the events of the last week, commonly known as Passion Week. The prominence thus given to the closing scenes indicates very clearly that the distinctive work of Our Lord was accomplished not by His life but by His death. Neither His example nor His teaching reveals the love and mercy and justice of God so convincingly as does His death; and consequently the cross has becomeparexcellence of the Christian symbol. Read more

idx: Death of Christ

Posted by David Cox on March 3, 2012
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Prophecies of the Cross

Elements of Crucifixion Week-Resurrection

Events preceding the Cross

Passion Week

The Lord’s Supper

The Garden of Gethsemane

Betrayal and Trial of Christ

Events of the Cross, and Immediately after

Sayings of Christ on the Cross

While Christ hung on the Cross

Christ’s Agony and Suffering on the Cross

Between Christ’s death and Resurrection

 Christ’s Descent into Hell

Christ’s Appearance

 

Christ’s Visit to the Father

 

Christ’s Resurrection

 

Importance or Meaning of the Cross

Sermons

Our “Cross Bearing” after the Image of Christ’s Bearing His Cross

General teaching on Death

Christ’s Descent into Hell

The basic idea here is NOT that Christ preached the gospel to the unsaved in hell (thinking that would justify a second chance), but rather, Christ went to that compartment of hell (Sheol) which is know as Abraham’s bosom, or Paradise, and fully explained the details of salvation to those believers awaiting their redemption.

Special Topic: Atonement-Propitiation

Sermons on Holy Week

A lot of the sermons are above in their categories. Those general type sermons will be listed here below.

Note: This is a seasonal post, and as such, it will be on the “front page” of our site, www.twmodules.com, untill after Easter. Searching on “Easter” will help you find it later on if you wish to return to it.

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Peace By The Cross