"The figure we encounter in the person of Christ on the pages of Scripture is a unique figure. On the one hand, He is very man. Nevertheless this same man was distinguished from all men and raised high above them."
Divine and Human Nature of Christ is a dedicated reflection on the incarnation of Jesus Christ. Written with the Christological tenets of Anselm's Cur Deus Homo, this advantages of this essay is more basic speak, toned to meet the inquiries of those on the quest for the "Historical Jesus." Though Bavinck does paint an earthy portrait of Jesus, he demonstrates how this actually complements the divine nature of Christ.
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