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“It´s an essay in JBL 2008:3 with the title The christology of early Christian practice.”
“The challenge is partly re-connecting our christology (what we say about Jesus and the Trinity) with our anthropology (our sense of what belongs properly to human beings); and rightly understood, I think that the belief in Jesus 'uniqueness and finality allows us to do this.”
“One of the parallels that strikes me is the lack of humility or at least self-awareness in the attempts to disassemble a large body of academic literature, rather than publishing - say - an article on Paul's conception of the archons as sublunar demons or docetic christology in GThom.”
“At least in some places New Testament christology goes beyond agency model.”
“My model for the developement of christology is following starting from Paul:”
“And to my mind some christians were unhappy about the ultrahigh christology of the Johannites.”
“Your understanding of New Testament christology vs plain teaching of the New Testament, o-ho, something to think about that!”
“I can't take a position between your ideas and April's on the christology of John - I see merit on both sides, and don't have enough background to make an informed choice on my own.”
“I personally take Dunn's christology where Jesus is begotten in the womb of Mary, independantly attested in Matt 1:18, 20 and Luke 1:35 perhaps Paul in Gal.”
“Once that is done, Nicene christology begins to look pretty good, with a better foundation overall in scripture than the live alternatives.”
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