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  • n. A theologoumenon maintaining that the logos' human nature - a general humanity - did not subsist apart from the divine nature.


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  • Furthermore I believe the instrumental particularization of the 'Jewish' Jesus is superseded by the ontological anhypostasis of the eternal logos so that any discussion of Jew or Gentile must be framed beyond 'a humanity 'from below, and must find its starting point in the' humanity 'that has always and already been in the life of God (i.e. logos asarkos, particularized in logos ensarkos).

    Inhabitatio Dei


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