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The Contradictory Christ

In this ground-breaking study, Jc Beall shows that the fundamental "problem" of Christology is simple to see from the role that Christ occupies: the Christ figure is to have the divine and essentially limitless properties of the one and only God but Christ is equally to have the human, essentially limit-imposing properties involved in human nature, limits essentially involved in being human. Les mer
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In this ground-breaking study, Jc Beall shows that the fundamental "problem" of Christology is simple to see from the role that Christ occupies: the Christ figure is to have the divine and essentially limitless properties of the one and only God but Christ is equally to have the human, essentially limit-imposing properties involved in human nature, limits essentially involved in being human. The role that Christ occupies thereby appears to demand a contradiction: all
of the limitlessness of God, and all of the limits of humans. This book lays out Beall's contradictory account of Jesus Christ - and thereby a contradictory Christian theology.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1: Contradictory Christology
2: Logic and its Possibilities
3: Seven Virtues
4: Some Objections
5: Measured against Alternative Views
6: Towards the Trinity
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Om forfatteren

Jc Beall is O'Neill Chair of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame.