At a critical point in his ministry, Jesus asked his followers: Who do you say that I am? How has Christian tradition grown in its understanding and affirmation of full divinity and humanity in Jesus Christ? How does the Franciscan tradition shed renewed light on the importance of the Incarnation and God’s universal salvific desire? In today’s global reality, how do we best give witness to our faith in Jesus Christ in dialogue with other world religions? These questions frame our study in this course in Christology as we focus on the development of early Church doctrine, the particular contribution of Franciscan thinkers, the importance of intercultural dialogue today, and the significance of Franciscan Christology for the third millennium.