Phil. 2:5-11; Col. 1:15-23.

Perhaps most of us rarely question the divinity and uniqueness of Jesus, but instead simply believe that He is because that’s what we’ve been told in church. What if He wasn’t? Would Christianity have enough to base its claims on to survive? Alistair McGrath asks “Is the idea that Jesus is both God and man confusing, unnecessary and wrong? Thomas Aquinas stressed divinity and humanity occupy no common logical or ontological territory. But how readily do Christians consider or question such matters? How do we respond?