Jesus the same, yesterday, today and forever.

The author of that anonymous New Testament “Letter to the Hebrews,” apparently writing at a time, like ours, when there was great disagreement, both within the church and the wider culture, about the character and identity of the man called Jesus, attempted to clear things up when he wrote: “Jesus Christ, the same, yesterday, today and forever.”  But given the diversity of opinion about Jesus both in the past and today.  What does that mean?  Read more.

About the author

Charles is a Presbyterian minister, writer, editor, activist, publisher and public theologian.

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