Dr. Ken Bailey | Jesus Interprets His Own Person (6 Lectures)

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Jesus Interprets His Own Person (6 Lectures)

by Dr. Ken Bailey

In these six lectures, Dr. Bailey examines what Jesus has to say about who he is. Rather than looking at titles and dramatic actions, six parables are studied with the intent to see what Jesus has to say about himself.
Genre: Spoken Word: Instructional
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1. The Inauguration Luke 4
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2. Parables of the Lost Luke 6
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3. The Good Samaritan Luke 10
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4. The Two Builders Luke 6
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5. The Great Banquet Luke 4
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6. The Unjust Vinedresser Luke 20
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To understand the person of Jesus Christians usually look to the titles for Jesus in the New Testament. Others focus on what He did. He forgave sin and he performed miracles et. This set of six lectures examines what Jesus had to say about himself. Jesus taught in parables and dramatic actions. The series opens with the inauguration of Jesus' ministry in Luke 4 and goes on to see what the three parables of Luke 15 have to say about who he is. Dr. Bailey then turns to the parable of the Good Samaritan and the parable of the two builders. In each case, he examines what Jesus says about himself as he takes Old Testament symbols and applies them to his own person. Finally, The Great Banquet and the unjust vinedressers are studies to understand the nature of the storyteller.


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