The Unipersonality of Christ
The Unipersonality of Christ
John 20:30-31
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Sunday School,  November 25, 2007
 

The Bible teaches that Christ is one person with two natures: human and divine. The importance of this truth transcends mere creedal confession and impacts our salvation and view of Christ. In this lesson, Richard Winston examines several Bible verses that show how the human and divine unite in the one person of Christ.

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