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My answer to this week’s challenge:
I read Melinda’s essay a long time ago and loved it! It was very useful and clearly written. Bill Craig’s point of view on the incarnation is a little different from Amy’s, Derek’s, and a lot of other people I’ve read.
But thank you. Another entertaining and informative video from Brett!
Philosophical Foundations has been on my list for a while now; I will have to get that asap. I will definitely check out Melinda’s essay. Thanks Brett. As usual, this is very clear and informative. Keep up the fine work, sir and have a good weekend!
Thank you for that. On top of studying for classes, my main focus (for fun) lately has been God’s foreknowledge/providence and human free-will, so I haven’t taken the time to study the incarnation.
Luckily I have Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview right on my desk…
The expression, “Jesus is 100% man and 100% God”, implies that Jesus has only a divine nature and at the same time He only has a human nature. When people use that expression, they do not realize the implication that it has. When people use that expression, they think it means “Jesus has all of the essential attributes of a human being and all of the essential attributes of God.” What people mean when they use that expression is different from what that expression actually implies.