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On Monday I shared the introduction (pages 1-2) of my Christology curriculum. However, I wanted to make it available in its entirety to anyone interested. As said on Monday, I adapted/developed my personal teaching notes so they could be used as a self-study guide. There is something lost when not learning with others in a classroom, and with a teacher – but I hope the self-study format will be helpful.

Note: the link for the Christology curriculum will open in the “view feature” of your computer, and I have always noted that some formatting gets off-kilter when viewed this way. For example, the last few lines of one page move to the next page. But if you open it in Microsoft Word, this should not happen. (If you have problems with it, please comment and let me know.)

Here is that link:
Christology

When I taught this class at my church, this is how it was described in the church brochure:

Most Christians would feel confident when asked “Who is Jesus?” – He is the Son of God and our Savior from sin. While that is correct, there is much more to understand about the person of Jesus, and these things are crucial to Christianity. This curriculum will explore and study the person of Jesus, highlight misconceptions, and help us realize the importance of truth. Through this thoughtful class, emerge with a deeper knowledge of Jesus and empowered to live for Him.

** If you find the Christology curriculum helpful, or have input, I would be pleased to hear from you. Leave a comment, or send me an e-mail under the “speaking” tab contact form.

 

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