Who has protected them, and how? ¶ 159.
Why are all the descendants of Adam sinners? Quote the Scripture. ¶ 160.
Jesus being born of a woman, was he a sinner? and if not, why not? ¶ 161.
What is meant by the words “holy ghost”? ¶ 162.
What is the meaning of the word father? ¶ 162.
Why is Jesus called the Son of God? ¶ 162.
Why was our Lord named Jesus? and what does the name imply? ¶ 163.
Did he exist before he became Jesus? and what was his prehuman name? ¶ 163.
What is the meaning of the word Logos? and what relation has the Logos to all of Jehovah’s creation? ¶ 163.
Did Jehovah have a beginning? ¶ 164.
What is meant by the term “in the beginning” as used in John 1:1,2? ¶ 164.
Give further Scriptural evidence of the prehuman existence of Jesus. ¶¶ 164, 165.
Are Jesus and Jehovah one and the same being? Give the Scriptural proof. ¶ 166.
In what sense are the Father and the Son one? Give Scriptural proof. ¶ 167.
When Jesus prayed to the Father, did he pray to himself or to another? ¶ 168.
Who is the greater, Jehovah or Jesus? Give Scriptural proof. ¶ 169.
When Jesus was on earth, was he a spirit or a human being? ¶ 170.
What is meant by the incarnation theory? ¶ 170.
Do the Scriptures warrant the conclusion that Jesus was an incarnated being? If not, why not? ¶ 170.
When Jesus was on earth, was he both God and man? If not, why not? ¶ 171.
By what must we determine these questions? ¶ 171.
What is the meaning of faith? ¶ 171.
How does Satan sometimes lead persons of honest heart into error? ¶ 172.
Should we follow sophistry or the Bible in reaching a conclusion on these questions? ¶ 172.
Briefly review the argument of the begetting and birth of Jesus which disproves that he was an incarnated being. ¶ 173.
If Jesus was God incarnate, why should he have had the experience in the wilderness? ¶ 173.
Angels are spirit beings. What Scriptural proof have we that Jesus was not an angel? Cite the Scriptural proof. ¶ 174.
Give further Scriptures to show that he was a man, made in the likeness of men, and that he is the Lord from heaven. ¶ 174.
Had Jesus been an incarnate being, would it have been necessary for him to be born as a child? ¶ 175.
Why should we reason upon God’s plan? ¶ 176.
Could there have been any hope for the redemption of the human race except by Jesus becoming a man and by his death providing the ransom-price? ¶ 176.
It came upon the midnight clear,
That glorious song of old,
From angels bending near the earth
To touch their harps of gold:
“Peace to the earth, good-will to men
From heaven’s all-gracious King!”
The world in solemn stillness lay
To hear the angels sing.