Basic Christology - Review Questions

  1. What is Christology?
  2. When studying about the person of Jesus Christ, what are three pairs of words to remember?
  3. Which Scripture portion provided the basis for our study of the person of Jesus Christ?
  4. To what does "the form of God" refer?
  5. How did Jesus claim equality with God?
  6. What likeness did Jesus share with us?  Or how was He like us?
  7. What is meant by the "hypostatic union"?
  8. How did Jesus demonstrate this union?
  9. Can you explain the person of Christ?
  10. What is the meaning of "Jesus"?
  11. Summarize "the mind of Christ" in three words.
  12. What were the two great past works of Christ?
  13. What is the meaning of "redemption"?
  14. What is Jesus doing on earth and in heaven today?
  15. How should believers live the Christian life?
  16. What is the role of Jesus as High Priest and Advocate?
  17. Summarize the present work of Christ in two words.
  18. What are three indisputable facts about the second coming of Jesus Christ?
  19. What are three truths related to His kingdom?
  20. Summarize the future work of Christ in two words.


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