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The person of Christ / Donald Macleod. [print]

By: Macleod, Donald, 1940- [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: Contours of Christian theologyPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)1998. Description: 303 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830815376; 9780830815371Subject(s): Jesus Christ -- Person and officesLOC classification: BT202.P477 1998BT202.P477 1998COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
"Very God of very God" : from the Gospels to Nicea. The virgin birth ; The pre-existence of Christ ; Christ, the Son of God ; The Jesus of history ; The Christ of faith : "very God of very God" ; "Very God, very man" : to Chalcedon and beyond. The incarnation ; Chalcedon : "perfect in Godhead, perfect in manhood" ; Kenosis : making himself nothing ; The sinlessness of Christ ; No other name : the uniqueness of Christ in modern theology.
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"Very God of very God" : from the Gospels to Nicea. The virgin birth ; The pre-existence of Christ ; Christ, the Son of God ; The Jesus of history ; The Christ of faith : "very God of very God" ; "Very God, very man" : to Chalcedon and beyond. The incarnation ; Chalcedon : "perfect in Godhead, perfect in manhood" ; Kenosis : making himself nothing ; The sinlessness of Christ ; No other name : the uniqueness of Christ in modern theology.

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