Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart: and ye shall find rest unto your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.
Jesus Christ: Life and Mission
On this website about Jesus Christ, we hope you’ll find posts that speak about who Jesus Christ really is, who He has revealed Himself in ancient and modern times, to be–even the Savior of the World, the Son of God, who sits at the right hand of God, and who knows each of us and is personally involved in our lives. We hope you come to know Jesus as your personal Advocate, who atoned for each of us and who stands in a position to plead our cause before the Father and to intercede in our daily lives through his grace and power.
This website on Jesus Christ, and corresponding Christ.org Facebook page are intended as a place for you to join with others in conversation about who the Savior Jesus Christ is, how He impacts your life, and to reach out to others who may have questions about Him or the reality of His life, ministry, atoning sacrifice, and resurrection. We invite thoughtful questions from honest seekers and followers of Jesus Christ.
Jesus.Christ.org is a site to which you can refer your friends and family of any faith–including those who may not be Christian–and, as well, any who may be asking what Mormons believe about Jesus Christ.
If the books of the New Testament were printed in the order in which they were originally composed, Paul's letters would appear first. His earliest letters-1-2 Thessalonians, Galatians, 1-2 Corinthians, and Romans-were written sometime between A.D. 49 and 57 (perhaps...read more
Among the four canonical Gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke are sometimes referred to as the "Synoptic Gospels." Literally, synoptic means "with the same eye" and refers to the fact that these Gospels share the same material and are closely related to each other.read more
The Resurrection Narratives are linked to the Passion Narratives and cover the resurrection appearance to Jesus Christ's disciples (see Matthew 28:1-20; Mark 16:1-20; Luke 24:1-53; John 20:1-15)read more
"The passion of Jesus, more than other parts of the gospel story, cries out for a theological commentary. While the uninitiated can easily appreciate scenes of Jesus' ministry, in which he appears as compassionate healer and teacher, they will be less clear about what...read more
The Passion Narratives were some of the earliest oral or written accounts of the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. The term passion comes from the Latin for "suffering" (patior/passus) and is found in the King James Version of the Bible in Acts, "To whom also he...read more
The apocryphal letters that purportedly gave a physical description of Jesus Christ have long since been recognized as inauthentic. Post-New Testament authors often let their imaginations roam on issues that were either not clear or totally absent from the New...read more
Mark, more than any other writer, preserves a view of Jesus Christ's humanity in the Passion Narratives. His prayer in Gethsemane may be the best example: "Abba, Father, all things are possible unto thee: take away this cup from me" (Mark 14:36). Throughout his...read more
The modern student of the New Testament is presented with a wide variety of possibilities for dating the various books of the New Testament. The dates provided by scholars appear in textbooks and dictionaries as though they are based on concrete historical...read more
Tacitus' Annals is best known for its account of the great A.D. 64 fire in Rome. Nero, looking for scapegoats, capitalized on the growing unpopularity of the Christians and their own expectation of a destruction of the world "by fire," opening them to the charge of...read more
Cornelius Tacitus, born about A.D. 56, was from a relatively new senatorial family. His early political career was under the Flavian emperors Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. He successfully survived the senatorial purges of Domitian's reign, even holding high office...read more