The Lamb of God
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2. jan. 2008 - 456 sider
What is our participation in the divine humanity? In explaining this important doctrine, Sergius Bulgakov begins by surveying the field of Christology with special reference to the divine humanity. He considers the role of the Divine Sophia, examines the foundations of the Incarnation, explores the nature of Christ's divine consciousness, and ponders Christ's ministries while on earth. A profound discussion of Christ's kenosis as a model for humanity rounds out this comprehensive and valuable study.
The Lamb of God is one of the greatest works of Christology in the twentieth century and a crowning achievement in the examination of the theology of divine humanity.
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The Antinomy of Biunity in Christology
The Divine Sophia
The Creaturely Sophia
Eternity and Time
of the Properties and the Theandric Action
The Work of Christ
The Lamb of God On DivineHumanity Part
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