Burns explains the significance of God's central act in history---the incarnation---by asking "Was Jesus God?" and illuminating central theological claims with a history of Christology. 224 pages, softcover.
In this creative and insightful work, Burns seeks to understand the significance of Jesus and his incarnation through the category of participation. The central theological claims in the traditional concept of incarnation are anchored and illumined by Jesus' particular ability for empathy, sympathy, attunement, and entrainment.
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