- n. Plural form of Christology.
“Please do clarify what you are wondering about, because "Christologies" covers a LOT - from the various depictions of Jesus in New Testament sources, to the creeds, to various more recent attempts by theologians and others to offer interpretations of the person of Jesus based on a variety of factors and considerations.”
“Indeed, most date Luke-Acts late, perhaps as late as or later than John, and yet it has one of the "lowest" Christologies in the New Testament.”
“Jim, can you recommend a site which lays out the various Christologies out there in an easy to understand way?”
“I was wondering if a diagram of Christologies is possible.”
“Much confusion about the figure of Jesus has resulted precisely because Christians have confused their own Christologies with what historians can and should say about Jesus, and have often failed to acknowledge what historians cannot say on the basis of the tools and evidence of their discipline.”
“The more I try to think in these terms, the more the Christologies of John Cobb and Schubert Ogden provide the only adequate answers for me.”
“Some observations on theology: specifically, some observations over the debate between incarnational and non-incarnational Christologies.”
“I think there have been two clear Christologies within the AUA/UUA.”
“And I do think that two clear Christologies did successively prevail in the American churches.”
“The problem is that the Anglican churches can never be that authority; therefore, women's ordination, gay unions, sex before marriage remember that quaint idea of premarital chastity, pantheistic Christologies, abortion, etc. find their home.”
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