The Revelation Of Jesus Christ

967 Words Jul 21st, 2016 4 Pages
There is always someone who choose to deny the revelation of Jesus Christ. In this investigation, it will be looked at how Jesus proved himself to the naysayers of his time. This will be accomplished by looking at several different factors that include topics of was Jesus mentally ill when he claimed to be God? How did Jesus prove that he was not only talking the talk but he was also walking the walk? This was done the evidence of the actions he performed. Finally, an evaluation will be done to prove that when an individual has a revelation of Jesus they are also seeing the image of God.

There could be several explanations to how Jesus considered himself to be God. According to the article beyond blind faith, “Another possibility is that Jesus was sincere but self-deceived. We have a name for a person today who thinks he is God. Mentally disabled. But as we look at the life of Christ, we see no evidence of the abnormality and imbalance we find in a mentally ill person. Rather, we find the greatest composure under pressure” (Little, 1988).

There was no evidence of Christ being unstable in any way. To the contrary, he was an image of stability and steadfastness. “From one point of view, however, claims don 't mean much. Talk is cheap. Anyone can make claims. There have been others who have claimed to be God. I could claim to be God, and you could claim to be God, but the question all of us must answer is, "What credentials do we bring to substantiate our claim?" In my…

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