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"Who is Jesus?" is the most significant and pressing question known to this world. Over five lessons, we aim to explore who Jesus reveals himself to be through the Bible and to respond to that glorious truth in worship.
What to expect in this seminar
Eleven sessions over the course of eleven weeks unpack our answer to the question, “Who is Jesus?” Namely, Jesus is our Lord and Messiah, God the Son Incarnate. In these sessions, you can expect us to study the Bible, worship Jesus in prayer and song, hear the wisdom of saints who have gone before us, and listen to each other. Expect one to two hours per week to complete the readings and tasks that accompany each session.
In addition, for those who would like to participate, we are going to offer weekly discussion groups to talk about what we've seen in each week's session.
The first and second sessions introduce the seminar. Sessions three through six consider how the Bible testifies to Jesus. Sessions seven through ten synthesize what the Bible says about Jesus. By the end of the seminar, you can expect to confidently write your own, biblically faithful answer to the question "Who is Jesus?", which you will do in session eleven.
Who should take this seminar?
ICB is able to offer this seminar to people who consider ICB their home. If that's you and you would like to join others from ICB as we seek together to discover what it means to be wholehearted followers of Jesus by studying the person and work of Jesus Christ together, then this seminar is for you.
How to sign up
You can sign up by filling out your name and email address below and letting us know you'd like to take part in this seminar. Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org directly.
Main sources used in the creation of this seminar
The Gospel Paths online platform and the material for the "Person of Christ" seminar was provided to ICB free of charge by the kind folks at Biblearc and modified for our local context. Much of the ideas and insights found in this seminar come largely from the three works listed below, especially the first book which provided the core structure and content.