Who Is This Man?

Who Is This Man?

John Ortberg helps us see how Jesus has impacted the world like no other person in history and why it makes a difference in our everyday life. Who is Jesus? He is the hinge of history. He is the hope of the oppressed. He is the inspiration of the despairing. He is the King of Kings. He is the Lord of Lords. He is the greatest teacher who ever lived. His is the greatest mind that ever thought. He sparked the greatest movement that has ever spread. He offered the greatest gift that has ever been given. He alone mastered life. He alone conquered death. He alone overcame sin. He alone grows more present with each passing year. He is the Son of God. He is the Savior of the world. That's who this man is!

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Who Is This Man?
  • Who Is This Man?, Session 1. The Man Who Won't Go Away

    In Session 1, "The Man Who Won't Go Away," you will learn about the unavoidable presence, inescapable influence and inexhaustible appeal of Jesus.

  • Who Is This Man?, Session 2. A Revolution of Humanity

    In Session 2, "A Revolution of Humanity," you will explore Jesus' teachings to see how he changed the way people think about the greatest and the least. You will learn how his teachings radically changed cultural views of human life.

  • Who Is This Man?, Session 3. The Power of Forgiveness

    In Session 3, "The Power of Forgiveness," you will take a new look at what it means to love your enemies. You will be challenged to look at the human race in a different way, one that brings true forgiveness and reconciliation.

  • Who Is This Man?, Session 4. Why It's a Small World After All

    In Session 4, "Why It's a Small World After All," you will explore what it means to be part of the church, an alternative community with rearranged lives. You will learn how Jesus desires that the church extend love to everyone, that all people might experience transformation.

  • Who Is This Man?, Session 5. Three Days That Changed The World

    In Session 5, "Three Days That Changed The World," you will explore the significance of the three days encompassing Jesus' death, burial and resurrection.