Primary focus on the central figure of the Christian religion, Jesus Christ: the person, his life, times, and works. Subcategories include "The Passion," "Art and Film," and "The Shroud of Turin." Links are provided to "Christology and the Trinity" and to a category on the Resurrection. The category called Jesus, in the Spiritual Personalities section, presents non-Christian perspectives. Finally, there is an link called "Opposing Views." This latter category contains sites that are critical of Jesus, his life, his claims, and the way that he has been understood by Christians.
Collection of resources about Jesus.
Articles on his life, name, and character.
Examines the evidence for the Resurrection.
After an appraisal of recent scholarship on the historicity of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, Professor William Craig contends that "the resurrection appearances, the empty tomb, and the origin of the Christian faith - all point unavoidably to one conclusion: the resurrection of Jesus".
Catholic University scholar John P. Meier discusses how the Jesus of faith is linked to the Jesus of history.
A series of biblically based lessons on the life and message of Jesus.
An inspirational site which explores the message of the Lord Jesus.
Seeks to offer clear and credible information about the life, teachings and impact of Jesus. Includes Overview, courses, words of Jesus, historical sources, time line and application.
A collection of sermons, articles and illustrations to help you understand the unique person of Jesus Christ the Son of God.
A Christology course by Gerard Hall, Australian Catholic University. Draws on modern historical scholarship, while maintaining respect for the sacred.
Explores the Jewishness of Jesus.
Summary of Jesus' teachings. Includes chronological table, map of His life and ministry.
Proposes that Jesus is either, God, liar, or lunatic.
Life, history and teachings of Jesus.
Explores His life, character, teachings and followers, how He has been quoted and misquoted, written about, worshipped and argued over.
The story of Jesus with photos and links for keywords.
Mystic, Prophet, Holy Man, Healer--who is Jesus? Did he really claim to be the Son of God? Is there any evidence to prove the extraordinary things claimed about him?
Lists Christian resources that will help a person understand who Jesus Christ is and answer questions that they may have. Has resources for children, seekers, and mature Christians.
An essay by Stephen Davis, professor of philosophy and religion at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California. He argues that there is a strong link between the Jesus found in the Gospels and the Christ Whom Christians worship.
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