Life of Christ - Chapters 22 - 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22 - 27 Summary and Analysis

Imagery of God as a shepherd was common in the Old Testament, and thus it is highly significant that Christ called himself the "Good Shepherd"—he was essentially telling his Jewish audience of his Divine nature. Further, he insisted that he was the only shepherd, and that the only way to salvation was through him, contrary to modern thought which states that all religions can lead to God.

Christ refers to himself throughout the Gospels as the "Son of Man," though no one else ever called him by that name. He was fond of that name because it showed his unity with the human race, the unity that was established when he assumed a human nature. In assuming a human nature, Christ took part in everything that was human. Just as humans have families, so did he; just...

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