This article looks at the supremacy of Christ, especially in the book of Hebrews. The author also looks at the new covenant as being better than the old covenant (relation Old Testament and New Testament): it is more inclusive (it includes Gentiles); it has a better Mediator; a better High Priest; a better King; and a better revelation of God.
This article discusses what it means to "seek your life outside of yourself in Jesus Christ," a formulation found in the Continental liturgical form for profession of faith. The author explains the exclusivity of the Christian profession of Christ as Lord.
Was Jesus capable of sin? Jesus was tempted just like us, he possessed the human nature, but he did not have the motive to sin. So was Jesus capable of sinning? The article discusses.
Why was it important that Jesus be God and man? The doctrine of the hypostatic union seeks to explain the joining together of the two natures of Christ. This article looks at the history of this teaching in the Council of Chalcedon. It deals with the importance of this doctrine and its relevance for understanding Christ's work for the believer.
Who is Jesus Christ? The answer of the church has always been that Jesus is both God and man. This article shows that the two natures of Christ were a reality prophesied in the OT and fulfilled in the NT. It shows how the church battled for this truth of the incarnation. This is what makes Christ the only one and true Mediator.
This article shows the need for the work of Christ as the Mediator. It also explains the nature of his work as Mediator and the way this applies to the Christian life.