Defending a Messianic Christology
To Whom Shall We Go, Audio Volume 1
Simon Peter answered Him, "Lord, to whom shall we go? You have words of eternal life." —John 6:68
Who Do You Say that I Am? Defending a Messianic Christology includes audio recordings of three sessions from the First Fruits of Zion conference To Whom Shall We Go? Examining Objections to Yeshua. In these sessions, D. Thomas Lancaster discusses the problems with conversion to mainstream Judaism and defends a Messianic and biblical approach to Christology.
Abandoning the Master
In the book of John, many of Yeshua's followers questioned His identity and rejected His claim of descent from heaven. As many of His disciples turned from Him and left, Yeshua asked Peter and those who remained, "You do not want to leave me too, do you?" (John 6:67, NIV). The Master's question echoes today as some believers in the Messianic movement consider conversion into mainstream Judaism. Who Do You Say that I Am? offers a balanced approach to the difficult questions raised by Judaism—specifically questions about the identity of Yeshua and His divine nature.
He said to them, "But who do you say that I am?" Simon Peter answered, "You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God." — Matthew 16:15-16
Three sessions on two CDs
To Whom Shall We Go?: D. Thomas Lancaster discusses why conversion to Judaism is not a good option for Gentile believers. He explores some of the incredible claims Yeshua made about Himself and challenges us to examine our own allegiances.
Who Do You Say that I Am?: Get ready to feel the theological ground moving under your feet as Lancaster takes on objections to the incarnation. A dizzying challenge to conventional Christology and a fresh approach to Yeshua.
The Mystery of Godliness: When discussing the divine nature of the Messiah, First Fruits of Zion has always insisted on using biblical language. Get an earful of what that means.