Understanding The Bible
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BY THE AUTHOR
Dr. Clarence E. Mason, Jr.
Philadelphia College of Bible
Edited by Dr. Clarence E. Mason, Jr.
PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF BIBLE 1971
THE DOCTRINE COURSES in the
EVENING SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION of PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF BIBLE
EI21 DOCTRINE I:
Names of God
E223-224 DOCTRINES II and III:
Theology Proper and Angelology; Anthropology;
Hamartiology (Doctrines of God, the Tri-unity; Angels and Satan; Man; Sin)
E226 DOCTRINE IV:
Christology (Doctrine of Christ)
E321-322 DOCTRINES V and VI;
Soteriology I (Doctrines of Salvation)
E323-324 DOCTRINES VII and VIII:
Soteriology II (Doctrines of the Christian Life and Holy Spirit)
E326 DOCTRINE IX:
Eschatology I (Doctrine of Ages and Dispensations)
E425 DOCTRINE X:
Eschatology II (Doctrines of the Covenants and the Church (Ecclesiology)
E426 DOCTRINE XI:
Eschatology III (Doctrine of Future Things)
The Doctrine of Bibliology (Inspiration) is taught in the Evening School of Continuing Education as part of the course in Biblical Introduction.
CHRISTOLOGY (The Doctrine of Christ)
The significance of His name: His complete name is Lord Jesus Christ
A. The name Lord is His divine name--the name that declare His deity.
B. Jesus is His human name. He has always been "Lord" (Heb. 1:10), but Jesus (Mt. 1:21; 2:1) only since His incarnation. He has always been Divine, but He was not human until His incarnation.
C. Christ is His official title--the Messiah. At His anointing with the Holy Spirit (Lk. 3:21-22). Although as Son of David He was born to Messianic rights (Mt. 1:1; Lk. 2:11).
Actually and technically there is one name, Jesus, combined with two titles, Lord and Christ. So He is Lord Jesus, the Christ (Messiah).
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