As Jesus entered the coasts of Caearea Philippi, he asked his disciples, "Whom do men say that I, the Son of man, am?" (Matthew 16:13). They gave him a variety of answers and Peter eventually declared, "Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God." Today, many people have a variety of claims about Jesus: some say He was a good moral teacher, a role model to exemplify, perhaps even a miracle worker or a prophet. However, Peter confessed him to be Messiah and Lord, and Jesus responded with adoration. How a person answers the question, "Who is Jesus?" determines how he or she responds to His call. How a person responds to His call determines his or her eternal destination. In this class, we will survey the Bible's descriptions of Jesus Christ and equip ourselves to challenge the false claims about Him from our increasingly secular society. The class format will be teaching-oriented along with open discussions.