A philosophical response to David Brown's Divine Humanity
Evans, C. Stephen. (2018). A philosophical response to David Brown's Divine Humanity. In In Brewer, Christopher R. (Ed.). Christian theology and the transformation of natural religion : Essays in honor of David Brown pp. 71-79 Peeters Publishers.
|Authors||Evans, C. Stephen|
|Editors||Brewer, Christopher R.|
[Extract] David Brown's Divine Humanity is an important contribution to contemporary Christology and Christian theology more generally, given the central importance of Christology for Christians. As will become clear, I not only learned a huge amount from this book, but found myself agreeing with most of its important points. In this essay I shall try to summarize the book's considerable accomplishments, and then develop my own critical suggestion, from the perspective of a Christian philosopher. I shall argue that although the account of the incarnation Brown put forward may offer a viable and even promising Christology, it is not a fully kenotic Christology, a least as I understand the concept.
|Book title||Christian theology and the transformation of natural religion : Essays in honor of David Brown|
|Place of publication||Leuven, Netherlands|
|Series||Studies in philosophical theology ; volume 64|
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|Deposited||22 Jun 2023|
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