Part 1a The preincarnate Son of God

Nov 14, 2018, 05:00 PM

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This podcast is intended to provide an exposition on the Son of God in scripture, to help the reader recognise and form a proper understanding on all that relates to the Son of God, who he is; what he did, does and is doing; his role in God’s ultimate plan; His status over all creation as God; His love, purpose and desire for mankind and creation; and much more…
Thus to form a clear understanding, this exposition of the Son is broken into four closely related series. The first part of the series specifically this Part 1a and 1b (in another audio), will focus on His divinity that is, the divine makeup of the Son of God, how he become known as the ‘Son’ and his role particularly in the Old Testament. Part 2 of this series will then expound on his becoming flesh, taking the form of humanity and the various implications that flow from it. Part 3 of this series will then discuss the authority of the Son of God as giver of life through his blood, specifically the theological aspects of it and the consequential implications for those joined to him through faith. Then finally, Part 4 of this series will consider his power and authority as judge and king over all creation on the throne of David in the age to come.

References
1. The only begotten Son
Tim Warner, ‘The Son of God as “The Beginning” in Proverbs 8’,
Justin, Dialogue with Trypho, ch. Lxii
Proverbs 8:22-30 (LXX)
Colossians 1:15-18
Hebrews 1:2
Revelation 3:14
John 3:13
John 1:1-3
Luke 11:49
Matthew 23:34
1 Corinthians 1:22-25
Proverbs 30:4

2. The Son as the logos at creation
Tim Warner, ‘Who or What is the “Logos” in John’s Prologue’,
Justin, Dialogue with Trypho, ch. Lxii
Justin Martyr, First Apology, ch. Lxiii
John 1:1-18, Hebrews 1:1-2, 5, 10-12, Colossians 1:15-18 (the Word as creator)
John 1:29-31 (John the Baptist testifies Jesus as the Word)
Revelation 19:13 (The Logos identified as the Lamb and the King in Psalm 2)
Hebrews 4:12-14 (The Logos as the Judge over mankind)