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3 What We Have Learned Applied-Apologetics3

4 What Have We Learned Applied-Apologetics4

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6 Who Did Isaiah See? 6Applied-Apologetics

7 Philippians 2:6-11 7Applied-Apologetics

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9 Philippians 2:6 ● 2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped 9Applied-Apologetics

10 Philippians 2:6 10Applied-Apologetics

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12 Philippians 2:6 12Applied-Apologetics

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15 Philippians 2:6 – “FORM” ● “Prior to the incarnation, Christ was in the form of God (Gk. morphē theou)…“Form” here means the true and exact nature of something, possessing all the characteristics and qualities of something. Therefore having the “form of God” is roughly equivalent to having equality with God (Gk. isa theō), and it is directly contrasted with having the “form of a servant” (Phil. 2:7). The Son of God is and always has been God. “Form” could also be a reference to Christ being the ultimate image of God, “the exact imprint of his nature” (Heb. 1:3)…” 15Applied-Apologetics

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18 Philippians 2:6 ● 2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped 18Applied-Apologetics

19 Philippians 2:6 19Applied-Apologetics

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21 Philippians 2:6 Summary ● 2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped ● Jesus “existed” prior to the incarnation 21Applied-Apologetics

22 Philippians 2:6 Summary ● 2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped ● Jesus “existed” prior to the incarnation ● And He existed “in the form of God” 22Applied-Apologetics

23 Philippians 2:6 Summary ● 2:6 who though he existed in the form of God did not regard equality with God as something to be grasped ● Jesus “existed” prior to the incarnation ● And He existed “in the form of God” ● Hence, He was “equal” with God 23Applied-Apologetics

24 Philippians 2:7 ● “but emptied himself by taking on the form of a slave, by looking like other men, and by sharing in human nature.” 24Applied-Apologetics

25 Philippians 2:7 ● “but emptied himself by taking on the form of a slave, by looking like other men, and by sharing in human nature.” ● κενόω; ● ① to make empty, to empty ● ⓑ of divestiture of position or prestige: of Christ, who gave up the appearance of his divinity and took on the form of a slave, he emptied himself, divested himself of his prestige or privileges Phil 2:7 25Applied-Apologetics

26 Philippians 2:7 26Applied-Apologetics

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48 Titus 2:13 (Context) Applied-Apologetics48

49 ● “as we wait for the happy fulfillment of our hope in the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” Applied-Apologetics49

50 ● “as we wait for the happy fulfillment of our hope in the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” ● The Granville Sharp Construction ● Two Noun’s (not proper) ● Preceded by “The” ● Connected by “And” Applied-Apologetics50

51 ● “as we wait for the happy fulfillment of our hope in the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” ● The Granville Sharp Construction ● “Basically, Granville Sharp's rule states that when you have two nouns, which are not proper names (such as Cephas, or Paul, or Timothy)…” Applied-Apologetics51

52 ● “as we wait for the happy fulfillment of our hope in the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” ● “which are describing a person, and the two nouns are connected by the word "and," and the first noun has the article ("the") while the second does not, both nouns are referring to the same person…This rule is exceptionless. There is truly no real grammatical objection that can be raised” – James R. White Applied-Apologetics52

53 ● “as we wait for the happy fulfillment of our hope in the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” ● το ῦ μεγάλου θεο ῦ κα ὶ σωτ ῆ ρος ἡ μ ῶ ν Ἰ ησο ῦ Χριστο ῦ ● The God and Savior Jesus Christ Applied-Apologetics53

54 ● “as we wait for the happy fulfillment of our hope in the glorious appearing of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” ● So what is Titus 2:13 telling us about Jesus ● He is 1) The Great God 2) The Great Savior Both of these titles must be applied to Jesus Applied-Apologetics54

55 ● “Simeon Peter, a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have obtained a faith equal in value to ours by the righteousness of our God and Savior Jesus Christ.” Applied-Apologetics55

56 ● “Simeon Peter, a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have obtained a faith equal in value to ours by the righteousness of our God and Savior Jesus Christ.” Applied-Apologetics56

57 ● “Simeon Peter, a slave and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have obtained a faith equal in value to ours by the righteousness of our God and Savior Jesus Christ.” “ Συμε ὼ ν Πέτρος δο ῦ λος κα ὶ ἀ πόστολος Ἰ ησο ῦ Χριστο ῦ το ῖ ς ἰ σότιμον ἡ μ ῖ ν λαχο ῦ σιν πίστιν ἐ ν δικαιοσύν ῃ το ῦ θεο ῦ ἡ μ ῶ ν κα ὶ σωτ ῆ ρος Ἰ ησο ῦ Χριστο ῦ ·” Applied-Apologetics57

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60 Colossians 2:9 ● “because in him all the fullness of deity dwells bodily” (Col. 2:9) Applied-Apologetics60

61 Colossians 2:9 Applied-Apologetics61

62 Colossians 2:9 ● θεότης, ητος - the state of being god, divine character/nature, deity, divinity, used as abstract noun for θεός (BDAG) ● Everything that God is, Jesus is in bodily form ● He is the true God-Man ● God incarnate… ● The Eternal and Divine Logos Applied-Apologetics62

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68 ● Also note the Jew’s reaction to Jesus’ words; ● “So they picked up stones to throw at him, but Jesus hid himself and went out of the temple.” (v. 59) ● The Jew’s clearly understood Jesus’ words in v. 58 Applied-Apologetics68

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