Event Title

Salvific Implication of the Magi, Pilate and Jewish Leaders at the Birth and Death of Christ

Presenter Information

Omwocha O. NyariboFollow

Location

Seminary N310

Start Date

9-2-2018 12:30 PM

End Date

9-2-2018 1:00 PM

Description

The birth and the death of Jesus Christ are two of the most significant events in Christian history. In both scenarios Gentiles and Jews were involved and both (Magi and Pilate) “believed” Jesus was “The king of the Jews,” a title that the Jewish leaders refuted. This paper seeks to discuss the implication of these events. It takes a closer look at the reaction of the Gentiles in contrast to that of the Jews with regards to the requirements of salvation, and the critical lessons that can be derived in order to be ready to receive Jesus Christ at His second coming.

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Salvific Implication of the Magi, Pilate and Jewish Leaders at the Birth and Death of Christ

Seminary N310

The birth and the death of Jesus Christ are two of the most significant events in Christian history. In both scenarios Gentiles and Jews were involved and both (Magi and Pilate) “believed” Jesus was “The king of the Jews,” a title that the Jewish leaders refuted. This paper seeks to discuss the implication of these events. It takes a closer look at the reaction of the Gentiles in contrast to that of the Jews with regards to the requirements of salvation, and the critical lessons that can be derived in order to be ready to receive Jesus Christ at His second coming.