In this cutting-edge collection of essays, an extraordinary and diverse group of biblical scholars, theologians, and ethicists from around the world offer perspectives on topics such as the New Testament portraits of Jesus of Nazareth and its reception history; interpretative efforts to understand the central claim that Christ became human; the consequences of the incarnation for our understanding of the variegated nature of humankind (i.e. what is the "body" into which Christ incarnated?); and the impact of Christ's humanity on the transformation of the human world.
Contributors: Marcia J. Bunge, Sarah Coakley, Thomas W. Gillespie, Paul D. Hanson, John F. Hoffmeyer, Catherine Keller, Peter Lampe, Patrick D. Miller, Piet J. Naudi, Ted Peters, John Polkinghorne, Andreas Schuele, William Schweiker, Christoph Schwvbel, and Dirk Smit.
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