Christology

Christology is the study of the Person and Work of Jesus Christ. It is a great subject. It opens to a person the glory, wonder, joy, power, and presence of the Triune God: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

One of the best, most unusual books on Christology is the one by Geoffrey Bingham, entitled: Christ and the Triune Glory.

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(Click … to Download, free).

It is of note that Geoff has chapter headings which begin in Chapter 3 with ‘The Person and Work of Christ: The Incarnation—1’.

He continues repeating the term ‘The Incarnation‘ in each Chapter heading as he goes on to discuss,

The Work of the Cross, The Work of the Resurrection, The Work of the Ascension and Session, and even The Work of the Parousia.  I repeat.  All are ‘The Incarnation’!

These chapters were originally lectures, or teaching sessions given to pastors.

You can download a copy for free.  Enjoy.

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About Trevor

I lived at Myponga South, in South Australia, until I was 5. I started year one at Myponga Primary School when I was 4. I loved to play rounders, hand-tennis, football, brandy, red-rover cross over, tennis, table tennis, and even softball. I had a crack at cricket for a few years. In my first match I made 4 runs. I could bowl, but the run rate didn't improve much. I attended Willinga High School. Our farm had "almost" the first bulk-milk vat in South Australia. And we even got a cement track so the truck could get up the hill to collect the milk. Enough for now.
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