Born in unremarkable surroundings in a small town located in Judea, over two thousand years ago, was, either Jesus the Man or Jesus Christ, God Incarnate.
The proposition represented by the phrase Jesus the Man is the only possible logical stance for modern historians. Because of the abundance of evidence in support of his existence, they (and therefore we) need not be concerned with the notion that Jesus never existed at all. In the twenty-first century, it is untenable to plausibly hold that view, as any objective examination of the surviving evidence shows. Jesus the Man is the historical figure to be encountered within the context of academic study.
However, Jesus Christ as God Incarnate is a quite different proposition; one that cannot be fully explored academically. As the word that became flesh, the proposal that Jesus Christ is both wholly man and wholly God is inherently illogical. That is why it is fruitless attempting to explore this possibility via the process of reasoning and debate. The subject of Jesus Christ, the divine, holy, Lamb of God cannot be approached logically; especially so, when the investigator does not even allow for the possibility of the existence of God.
So how can we ever know the answer to this central, fundamental question about the nature of Jesus and his relevance to humankind? The answer is: through personal revelation. It is the only way! You must first encounter Jesus Christ, the living word, and only then will you be able to accept many of the things that previously seemed improbable, illogical or even impossible. My hope and prayer is that, as you read this text, you may indeed have such an encounter …
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