Category The Person of Jesus

Why Should Non-Christians Care About Jesus Christ?

by David Johnson, Class of ‘20   I remember it like it was yesterday. Several years ago, much of my extended family was gathered in Phoenix, Arizona, having a lovely Thanksgiving dinner. Grandma really outdid herself with the turkey and stuffing this time, and the room was beautifully decorated. Everything was just right. I’ll have […]

Approaching the Cross

By Francine Grace Tan, class of ’19 No theology is genuinely Christian which does not arise from and focus on the cross. – Martin Luther To the outsider, it must seem odd that Christians commemorate, contemplate and celebrate the death of their Savior Jesus Christ. Crucifixion—the brutal execution method devised by the Romans has become […]

Free At Last

By Francine Grace Tan, Class of ’19   I wept the first time I watched Disney’s Aladdin, when I heard Aladdin tell the Genie, “You’re free.” It was incredibly moving to see the Genie’s reaction as the shackles fell off his wrists and he gazed at the lamp in his hands that once held him […]

The Incomparable Savior: Jesus and the Resurrection

By Micheal C.H. Lim (Guest Contributor)   As Easter draws near, the thoughts of Christians around the world turn to the central doctrine of the Christian faith: the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The scholar Raymond E. Brown rightly observes that the resurrection “was the supreme intervention of God in human existence, the supreme miracle.” The […]

The Deity of Christ

by Francine Grace Tan, Class of ’19 “We cannot afford to lose either the God in the man or the man in the God; our hearts cry out for the complete God-man whom the Scriptures offer us.” B.B. Warfield Who do you think Jesus is? Do you think of Him merely as the initiator of […]