Easy Christology - 4 Part Series

Dr. Joe Martin & J. Dan Gill

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Christology Pt 1 –  Master & Messiah

This first session takes up the Christology of Jesus himself  as found in the first three chapters of the Book of Revelation.  This is an enjoyable discussion that focuses on the words of “Jesus about Jesus.”  Joe Martin says “If we can’t believe what Jesus says about himself, then who can we believe?”

Christology Pt 2 –  Peter on Jesus

Continuing with “Easy Christology,” Dr. Joe Martin and J. Dan Gill take up the testimony of God regarding Jesus; Jesus about Jesus in the gospels and, particularly what the Apostle Peter proclaimed as his Christology. (Ref.: Matt. 17:5; John 10:36; Rev. 2:18; John 20:17; Acts 2:36; 10:38 and many others.)

Christology Pt 3 – Jesus is “of” God

The real Jesus was and is “of” God.  In this session Joe Martin points out the numerous times in the Bible that Jesus is said to be “of” God. He is the begotten “of” God, the Son “of” God, the lamb “of” God, the Christ “of” God, the wisdom “of” God, the bread “of” God, the holy one “of” God, and many more! Jesus is not God – he is the Salvation “of” God for us!

Christology Pt 4 –  Jesus in the Book of Mark

In the final session of “Easy Christology,” Joe Martin takes us on a “Walk through Mark” and discusses the clarity about Jesus that we find in Mark’s writings.


About the Author:

Joe Martin
Dr. Joe Martin is a Bible teacher, college professor, speaker and writer who is devoted to the cause of the reformation of Christianity in our time. He teaches frequently about the one true God of the Bible, coming to grace and truth through Jesus Christ, the coming kingdom of God. Dr. Martin is a graduate of Oregon Bible College, which is now Atlanta Bible College. He has a Masters in Sociology from Arizona State University, a Masters in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Ministry degree from Columbia Theological Seminary. He has taught at Atlanta Bible College from 1991 to the present and has served as academic dean and president of the college. He and his wife Rebekah have been active in foreign missions since 1996 and have labored particularly to spread the word of the one true God and the kingdom of God in western Africa.