• The "Son of Man" (Mark 14:61-62)
  • "The Christ" (Matthew 16:16)
  • "Lord" (Romans 10:9)
  • "Messiah" (John 4:25)
  • "Leader and Savior" (Acts 5:31)
  • "Redeemer" (Isaiah 49:26)
  • "Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace." (Isaiah 9:6)
  • "The faithful witness, the first-born of the dead, and the ruler of kings on earth" (Revelation 1:5)
  • "The Word" (John 1:1)
  • "The Way, and the Truth, and the Life" (John 14:6)
  • "The Light of the World" (John 8:12)
  • "The Bread of Life" (John 6:35, 48)
  • "The Door of the Sheep" (John 10:7)
  • "The Good Shepherd" (John 10:11)
  • "The Mediator of a New Covenant" (Hebrews 9:15)
  • "The Deliverer" (Romans 11:26)
  • "High priest" (Hebrews 6:20)
  • "The Author of life" (Acts 3:15)
  • "The advocate" (1 John 2:1)
  • "Immanuel, which means, 'God with us'" (Matthew 1:23)
  • "The Son of God" (Matthew 4:3)
  • "The Holy One of God" (Mark 1:24)
  • "King of kings and Lord of lords" (Revelation 19:16)
  • "The Lion of the tribe of Judah, the Root of David" (Revelation 5:5)
  • "The Lamb of God" (John 1:36)
  • "The Alpha and the Omega" (Revelation 21:6)
  • "The first-born of all creation" (Colossians 1:15)

Quotes

  • The New Testament authors sometimes use titles that remind us of either the human nature or the divine nature in order to speak of the person of Christ, even though the action mentioned may be done only bythe other nature than the one we might think of from the title. For example, Paul says that if the rulers of this world had understood the wisdom of God, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory (1 Cor. 2:8). Now when we see the phrase the Lord of glory it reminds us specifically of Jesus divine nature. But Paul uses this title (probably intentionally to show the horrible evil of the crucifixion) to say that Jesus was crucified. Even though Jesus divine nature was not crucified, it was true of Jesus as a person that he was crucified, and Paul affirms that about him even though he uses the title the Lord of glory. Wayne Grudem, Systematic Theology, p. 562

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