PART III: Doctrine Article 3

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Jesus Christ is the _____ Son of God. eternal
Christ is identical with the Father in _____, and all _____. glory, power; divine attributes
When Christ became man, He did so without any change in His _____ nature. divine
The _____ and _____ natures were united in one Person, Jesus Christ. divine; human
Jesus Christ possessed two _____ and is one _____. natures; Person
As _____, Christ ministers by His Word and Spirit. Prophet
As Priest, Christ offers _____ as sacrifice and makes _____. Himself; intercession
As King, Christ _____ the kingdom of God. calls, defends, protects, and perfects
The human nature of Christ came from _____. His mother
The purity of Christ is attributable to His conception by the _____. Holy Spirit
The human nature was necessary for Christ in order for Him to experience our _____; in order for Him to be _____; in order for Him to suffer the _____ of sin; in order for Him to fulfill _____; and in order for Him to serve as _____. infirmities; tempted; punishment; righteousness; High Priest
The Redeemer must be God and man in order to serve as _____. mediator
Christ became representative of us as the _____. last man Adam
Christ fulfilled the law in order to restore the _____ which Adam forfeited. righteousness
The crucifixion of Christ was necessary in order to satisfy divine _____. judgment
According to Romans 4:23-25, Christ was delivered for our _____ and raised again for our _____. offenses; justification
We are _____ to God by the death of His Son; we are _____ by His life. reconciled; saved
By the _____ of one man, judgment came upon all men. offense
By the _____ of one Man, Christ, the free gift of salvation came to all humankind. righteousness
In 2 Corinthians 5:18, 19, the ministry of _____ is described. reconciliation
In order for the ministry of reconciliation to be fulfilled, it was necessary for _____ to be in Christ. God
God reconciled the world to Himself by not _____ their trespasses to them. imputing
According to 2 Corinthians 5:21, Christ was made _____ for us. sin
In 2 Corinthians 5:21, it is declared that we are made the _____ of God in Christ. righteousness
According to Hebrews 2:16=18, Christ took on Himself the nature of the seed of _____. Abraham
Christ becoming flesh was necessary for Him to become our _____. High Priest
The emphasis on the literalness of Christ’s death determines our understanding of His _____. resurrection
The resurrected body of Christ was _____. literal, fleshly, and glorified
In order to enter heaven, the body of Christ had become _____. immortal and glorious
The resurrection is the Father’s _____ of _____ upon Christ _____ and upon His _____. seal; approval; personally; life and death
First Corinthians 15:3, 4 shows that the Old Testament had predicted the _____ of Christ. death, burial, and resurrection
In 1 Timothy 3:16, the incarnation of Christ and His redemptive activity are called the _____ of ______. mystery; godliness
The believer receives four benefits of the resurrection of Christ: his _____, his _____ over his enemies, and assurance of _____. justification; spiritual quickening; and victory; resurrection
According to Ephesians 1:19-23, Christ’s _____ demonstrate God’s power in our salvation. resurrection and ascension
As Prophet, Christ reveals the _____ of _____. will; God
By inspiration, Christ has provided _____ for us. Scripture
As Priest, Christ’s purpose is to offer His blood for our _____. atonement
As eternal Priest, Christ makes _____ intercession for us. everlasting
As King, Christ rules both in _____ and in the _____. His kingdom; world
In Christ’s rulership over the world, He is _____ and _____. Creator; Sustainer
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