Christians believe that Jesus is God Incarnate, which means God in the flesh. Christians hold different beliefs about Jesus, his birth, crucifixion, death, resurrection and ascension.
What do Christians mean by Jesus as God Incarnate?
That Jesus is one of three Persons of God
That Jesus died to save the sins of humans
That Jesus is God in the form of a human
Which of the following is an example of the Holy Spirit working through Jesus?
Jesus healing a blind man
A seagull appearing at Jesus’ baptism
Jesus claiming to be the Messiah
What does the term ‘Messiah’ mean?
The resurrected one
What does the term atonement refer to?
The belief that Jesus dying on the cross resolved the problems between humans and God
The belief that Jesus died to save the sins of humans
The belief that Jesus is part of the Trinity
Who visited the baby Jesus in Bethlehem?
Both the Magi and the shepherds
Who called for Jesus, rather than Barabbas, to be crucified?
What happened at the moment of Jesus' death?
The veil in the temple tore in two and the earth shook
Lightning lit the sky
How was Jesus killed?
He was hanged
He was stoned to death
He was crucified
What does the term resurrection mean?
That Jesus came back to life after he had died
That Jesus was born of a virgin
That Jesus died on the cross
What is the name of the day we celebrate Jesus’ resurrection?