By far the most prominent title that Jesus uses to refer to Himself is "the Son of Man." On face value this seems like a reference to His humble humanity, yet studying this term in the context of scripture as a whole reveals a profound truth of Jesus' complex identity as humble human servant, propitiation for sins and divine conquering king.
00:00 - Intro & Review
05:56 - "Son of Man" as a Title
07:16 - "Son of Man" as a Human Servant
24:35 - "Son of Man" as Propitiation
34:25 - "Son of Man" as Deity, King, Conquering Messiah
1:11:50 - Final Thoughts
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