1. What makes
Jesus different ...
2. But why
would God send His Son into the World?
3. How could
Jesus be God...
4. Why does
Jesus frequently refer to Himself as "the Son of
So Jesus came to tell us about God's Love?
6. Why did
the religious leaders reject Him?
7. If all of
this true, what good is it to me today?
8. But aren't
such beliefs rather bigoted and narrow-minded?
9. But can't
you just say "God" ...
10. How can
a person become a Christian, when the history of
Christianity is so darkened ...
11. How can
I know beyond a shadow of a doubt ... the way of
WHO IS JESUS?
by D. Berg
Why does Jesus frequently
refer to Himself in the Gospels of the New Testament as
"the Son of Man"?
He called Himself the Son of Man because He was human, He
was born of a woman just like the rest of us. He had the
same kind of body that we have, He had the same feelings
that we have, the same human limitations we have, He felt
the same kind of weariness and pain.
The Creator of all things willingly stripped Himself of
His unlimited power and became a tiny helpless infant.
The Source of all wisdom and knowledge had to study and
learn to read and write. He left His throne in Heaven
where innumerable angels worshipped Him, where all the
forces of the Universe were at His command, and He took
the place of a servant--scoffed at, ridiculed, persecuted
and ultimately killed by the very ones He came to save.
The Bible tells us that Jesus is "a High Priest Who
is touched with the feeling of our weaknesses, for He was
in all points tempted the same way we are, yet without
Imagine!--The Son of God literally
became a citizen of this World, a member of humanity, a
man of flesh, in order to reach us with His Love, prove
to us His compassion and concern, and help us to
understand His Truth in simple childlike terms that we