MBS013 What the New Testament Says About Jesus

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MBS013 What the New Testament Says About Jesus

By Dr Arnold Fruchtenbaum

The primary point of the New Testament is that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Jewish Messiah of the Old Testament. While each of the four biographies on the life of Jesus that have come down to us has its own theme, they still all make one primary point: Yeshua is the Messiah.

The New Testament begins with the words: The book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham. This opening statement of the New Testament sets the stage for the entire New Testament (Mat. 1:1).

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MBS013 What the New Testament Says About Jesus

By Dr Arnold Fruchtenbaum

TABLE OF CONTENTS

I. MESSIAHSHIP KINGSHIP JEWISHNESS

A. The Son of Joseph

B. The Son of David

II. AN ALTERNATIVE TO THE TWO MESSIAHS THEORY

A. The Uniqueness of His Birth

B. The Place of His Birth

C. His Suffering and Death

1. Isaiah 53

a. The Historical Personality

b. The Innocent Sufferer: Isaiah 53;4-6, 8b, 9b

c. The Voluntary and Willing Sufferer

d. The Silent Sufferer: Isaiah 53:7

e. The Vicarious Sufferer: Isaiah 53:4-6, 8, 10, 12

f. The Death of the Messiah: Isaiah 53:8, 12

g. The Resurrection of the Messiah: Isaiah 53: 10-11a

h. Justification and Reconciliation: Isaiah 53:5-6, 11b

2. Psalm 22

a. Psalm 22:1

b. Psalm 22:18

c. Psalm 22:6-8

d. Psalm 22:14-15

e. Psalm 22:16b

III. THE NEW TESTAMENT SOLUTION TO THE PARADOX

A. The First Coming of the Messiah

B. The Second Coming of the Messiah

1. The Kingship of the Messiah

2. The God-Man Concept and Jesus

3. The Sonship of Jesus with God

CONCLUSION