This volume is part of Weidner's eight volume dogmatics series. In this text, he takes up the topic of Christology. With a rigorous Biblical, theological, and historical evaluation, Weidner elucidates the nature of Jesus' person and work. This volume covers: the two natures in Christ, Christological debates in history, the communication of attributes from the divine to human nature in Christ, Christ's humiliation and exaltation, along with many other topics. As always, Weidner's work is drawn largely from the seventeenth-century Lutheran orthodox writers, though he applies such ideas within the context of theological trends current to his day.