Christ is God in the flesh.

Col 1: 13-23; Col 2:8-19; Joh 1:1-4, 14-18; Heb 1-2; Php 2:9-11; 2Co 5:17; Eph 1:19-23; 1Co 15:20-28; Col 3:1-4.

COL-35-180506 - length: 65:53 - taught on May, 6 2018

Class Outline:

John Farley
May 6, 2018

Christ is God in the flesh

Basic Training Bible Ministries is led by Gene Cunningham with his wife Nan as his support and companion. 


Their mission includes evangelism and the training of pastors and workers in remote regions of the world.

Gene has been instrumental in establishing Bible schools in Africa, India and Papua New Guinea. 

Nan holds classes for the pastors' wives. She has also developed Bible schools for children in both India and Papa New Guinea.

They also conduct missions training camps in North America and Australia to train others to do the same.



The pre-eminence, supremacy,
and all-sufficiency
of Christ.

I. Opening Salutation [COL 1:1-2]

II. Thanksgiving and Prayer [COL 1:3-12]

III. The Glories of Christ [COL 1:13-23]

IV. The Mystery of Christ [COL 1:24-29 - 2:1-3]

V. Admonishing the saints about the enemies of Christ
[COL 2:4-23]

VI. Our Life in Christ [COL 3:1-25 - 4:1-6]

VII. Closing
[COL 4:7-18]

III. The Glories of Christ [COL 1:13-23]

Colossians 1:13-23

Colossians 1:15-20

Colossians 1:15

Verse 15 is one of the clearest statements in the Bible about the deity of Christ.

Colossians 2:9

Christ is God in the flesh.

Some other passages that clearly teach both the humanity and deity of Christ:

John 1:1-4
John 1:14-18

Chapter 1 features His deity.

Hebrews 1:1-14

Chapter 2 features His humanity.

Hebrews 2:5-18