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This volume takes the reader on a journey from New Testament and early church views of incarnation to contemporary understandings of Christology. A prominent group of scholars explores and debates the idea of “deep incarnation”—the view that the divine incarnation in Jesus presupposes a radical embodiment that reaches into the roots of material and biological existence, as well as into the darker sides of creation. Such a wide-scope view of incarnation allows Christology to be meaningful when responding to the challenges of scientific cosmology and global religious pluralism.
|Publisher:||Augsburg Fortress, Publishers|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||3 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Niels Henrik Gregersen is professor of systematic theology at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Gregersen also holds his PhD from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. His primary research fields are systematic theology and science and religion. He is author of five books and has edited a dozen volumes in the fields of theology and science and religion, most recently (with physicist Paul Davies) Information and the Nature of Reality (2014).