Over 2000 years later and Christ’s question is still on the world’s front page: “Who do YOU say that I Am?” The destiny of every person who has ever lived rises or falls based on confessing with their mouths and believing in their hearts the right answer to this question.
In this series, we’re taking you in the studio and on the street with our outreach radio team to experience first-hand some of the crazy responses people give! But, in the end, what’s truly important is not what others say about God, but what God says about Himself.
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Part 1: I Am … a holy humanitarian?
Was Jesus merely a holy humanitarian who came to help the heartbroken and homeless of the world, or was there much more to His message and ministry? In this part 1 of our series, we hope to lead you away and alone from the hustle and bustle of life like Jesus did with His disciples to determine whether you truly know Him.
Part 2: I Am … “the bees knees”?
“The bees knees” is an urban term that means “the height of excellence”. Although the Bible clearly teaches that Jesus Christ is the eternal “I Am” Who far surpasses all that is (John 8:58; Colossians 1:15-19), might a sinful subject of the King of Glory who tags Him as such be guilty of blasphemy? In this part 2 of our series, we talk truth with two skeptics on the street before opening Scripture in the studio to study Christ’s self-declaration that He is Savior.
Part 3: I Am … a failure and figment?
Although the Bible itself is the perfect source proving Christ’s existence, many other ancient historians outside of Scripture also confirm the person and work of Jesus – Josephus, Tacitus, and Thallus just to name a few. How is it possible that so many skeptics in this age of information have somehow missed these memos? Perhaps their claim that Christ is a mere figment has less to do with actual research and more to do with arrogant refusal to submit to His Sovereign Lordship. In this part 3 of our series, we engage three outspoken teens on the street before opening Scripture in the studio to study Christ’s self-declaration that He is Lord.
Part 4: I Am … Lord!
We’ve been saying throughout this entire series that in the end what’s most important is not what others say about God, but what God says about Himself. That said, it’s always encouraging when God the Father graciously reveals the true identity of His Son to another dead and depraved human heart that has repeatedly rejected Him. In this final part 4 of our series, our radio rep sharpens iron with another professing brother in Christ to teach through the Gospel and Lordship of King Jesus.