Lesson One
The Credibility of Its Founder
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Two
The Reliability of Its Book, the Bible
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Three
Its Explanations for Life
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Four
Its Continuity with the Past
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Five
Its Foundational Claim of Resurrection
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Six
Its Power to Change Lives
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Seven
Its Analysis of Human Nature
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Eight
Its View of Human Achievement
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Nine
Its Impact on Society
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Lesson Ten
Its Offer of Salvation
5 Activities | 1 Assessment
Course Wrap-Up
Course Completion
1 Activity | 1 Assessment

Overview and Objectives

Lesson Overview

Christ said He came from heaven to fulfill prophecy, to die for our sins, and to bring to His Father all who believe in Him. Logic says that He was either a liar, a lunatic, a legend, or the Lord of heaven. His first-century followers drew their own conclusions. They said they saw Him walk on water, still a storm, heal crippled limbs, feed 5,000 with a few pieces of bread and fish, live a blameless life, die a terrible death, and alive again. During His ministry, when some of Jesus’ followers took issue with His teachings and left, He asked those closest to Him if they too wanted to leave. Peter spoke for the others when he said, “Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life. Also we have come to believe and know that You are the Christ, the Son of the living God”

Lesson Objectives

When you complete this lesson, you should be able to do the following:

  • Understand why the credibility of Christ is crucial to the truth claims of the Christian faith.
  • Build a biblical case for Christ being the only way to God.
  • Explain the relationship between Christ’s truth claims and His performed miraculous works based on the booklet Signs & Wonders.
Personal Reflection

As you proceed through this lesson have the following question in mind.
What are some of the most common objections you have heard for not accepting the Christian faith? Have you held any of these views yourself? What influences led you from doubt to faith? In what ways is the credibility of Jesus of Nazareth central to the Christian faith?

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