One Solitary Life - an essay on the life of Jesus Christ
It is not to be believed that a person of such comprehensive views as Jesus Christ could have fallen into so manifest a contradiction as to assert that men would be tortured after death by that Being whose character is held up as a model to human kind, because he is incapable of malevolence and revenge.
An essay on redemption by Jesus Christ
The grace of Jesus Christ can be understood, as was discussed before, in terms of salvation.Â Jesus Christ, or the Son, who can be understood in a Trinitarian sense as appearing in the form of a man, came down to Earth in order to physically participate in the world’s greatest battle; that of Good versus Evil.Â It was necessary, according to the commonly accepted argument among Trinitarians, that God came to Earth in human form and then sacrificed that human form in order to save from sin and evil. The three beings of the Trinity are the following:
Three short years later, after watching and listening to the Master, Jesus gave a final charge, “Go and make disciples.” (Commonly known as the Great Commission, it is the call to all followers of Christ as well.) Jesus chose to implement the fulfilling of the New Covenant through 12 men who He called, appointed, and commissioned (Willson, 1990).