Moses was a prophet, deliverer, and lawgiver. This article shows how Jesus Christ fulfils these roles as the final prophet, deliverer, and lawgiver.
This is an introduction in a theological dictionary on the significance of Jesus Christ as prophet.
Jesus' teachings pointed to the Father, to people's need, and to his own role. This article discusses the nature of the teachings of Christ and the three themes flowing from them.
The author wants to explore how the doctrine of Christ functioned as wisdom for the early church. He begins by considering a few introductory matters, including reasons to study Christology, and the focus on Christ as wisdom. The author also reflects on the nature and function of Jewish wisdom literature, and how wisdom is reconfigured in Christ.