31 Days of Feasting on Theology: Kenosis

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Gentle Reader,

Kenosis: Christ’s “self-emptying.” The external exchange by which He laid aside the “form of God” and took on the “form of man.” During the Incarnation, Jesus chose to operate within some of the limitations of humanity (i.e., He was not omnipresent).

Related Concepts and/or Examples

What Is the Kenosis? – a place to begin

A Consideration of the Christological Hymn of Philippians 2 – an old paper of mine that touches on kenosis

Kenosis – scholarly definition

Kenotic Theory – prominent views

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For all entries in the 31 Days of Feasting on Theology series, go here.

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