What does it mean that our Savior is both human and divine? This is a question Christianity has wrestled with for centuries, with profound theological implications. In this insightful episode, BYU religion’s Dr. Jason Combs explains four types of beliefs about the nature of Christ that were prevalent in ancient Christianity, why this dialogue was important, and how learning from ancient Christians can help Latter-day Saints to better understand the God we worship.
“‘Christ’ after the Apostles: The Humanity and Divinity of the Savior in the Second Century” in Thou Art the Christ, the Son of the Living God: The Person and Work of Jesus in the New Testament (RSC/Deseret Book, 2018)
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