Objective:  By Luke Heintschel • December 10, 2018.

In this episode of The Way of Christ, Mikki Sciba helps us understand why God became man in Jesus Christ.

The Way of Christ introduces readers to the fundamental teachings of the Catholic Church, the basics of what Catholics believe and how Catholics should live. It contains answers to common questions about Catholic beliefs and practices. By reading through these lessons, especially with a teacher, the reader will come to know this simple and profound faith, the faith taught by Jesus Christ and handed down in the one Church He established.

The Way of Christ: Student's Book is intended to be used in a variety of ways. It may be read as part of a personal study of Catholicism. It can refresh the knowledge of those who are already practicing Catholics. It can reintroduce the Catholic faith to someone who has been away from the Church for some time.

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Course curriculum

  • 01

    The Way of Christ - Lesson 5 - Jesus Christ

    • Introduction

    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

    • The Way of Christ - Lesson 5 - Jesus Christ - STUDY GUIDE

    • The Way of Christ - Lesson 5 - Jesus Christ - VIDEO

    • The Way of Christ - Lesson 5 - Jesus Christ - QUIZ


Instructor Bio:

Luke earned a bachelor's degree in Communications with a double emphasis in Philosophy and Theology, as well as a Master’s degree in Biblical Theology, from John Paul the Great Catholic University in San Diego, CA. His award-winning Master’s thesis studied the theme of Priesthood throughout the Old Testament and the Gospel of John. Luke moved from his home in San Diego to Tyler, TX with his wife (Gabriela) and son (Joseph). He has a zealous desire to help Bishop Strickland implement the Constitution on Teaching.

Luke Heintschel, M.A.

Director of Communications