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Ecce Homo : on the divine unity of Christ

Author: Aaron Riches
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2016.
Series: Interventions (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Interacting with theologians throughout the ages, Riches narrates the development of the church's doctrine of Christ as an increasingly profound realization that the depth of the difference between the human being and God is realized, in fact, only in the perfect union of divinity and humanity in the one Christ. He sets the apostolic proclamation in its historical, theological, philosophical, and mystical context,  Read more...
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Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.; Jésus-Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aaron Riches
ISBN: 9780802872319 080287231X
OCLC Number: 921167191
Description: xxi, 279 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: Part I. The unity of Christ : --
1. Against separation --
2. The humanity of Christ --
3. Chalcedonian orthodoxy --
Part II. The synergy of Christ : --
4. Mingling and inversion --
5. Theopaschism --
6 Dyothelite unity --
Part III. The existence of Christ : --
7. The divine esse --
8. Theandric action --
9. Union and abandon --
10. Son of Mary --
Coda : The communion of Jesus and Mary : --
11. The weight of the cross.
Series Title: Interventions (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
Responsibility: Aaron Riches.

Abstract:

Interacting with theologians throughout the ages, Riches narrates the development of the church's doctrine of Christ as an increasingly profound realization that the depth of the difference between the human being and God is realized, in fact, only in the perfect union of divinity and humanity in the one Christ. He sets the apostolic proclamation in its historical, theological, philosophical, and mystical context, showing that, as the starting point of "orthodoxy," it forecloses every theological attempt to divide or reduce the "one Lord Jesus Christ."
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