Primer 12: In the Flesh
This issue of Primer explores the doctrine of the Incarnation with help from Greg Lanier, Suzanne McDonald, David Shaw, Chris Stead, Nathan Weston, Garry Williams, and something old from John Owen.
Published twice a year as a partnership between FIEC and Oak Hill College, Primer is designed to help those in church leadership stay theologically sharp and engaged. Each issue focuses on one area of theology, surveying current debates alongside historical perspectives.
In this issue you will find...
Introduction – It's Grand and it's Central (David Shaw)
Our editor introduces the issue and articles
“Who Do People Say that I Am?” (Greg Lanier)
The person of Christ in the Gospels
Learning to Sound the Right Notes (Greg Lanier)
The doctrine of the incarnation and the genius of Chalcedon
Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way (Garry Williams)
Maximus the Confessor’s Christology and our salvation
Wonder Vision (Suzanne McDonald)
Contemplating Jesus in John Owen’s ‘Meditations and Discourses on the Glory of Christ’
Jesus Our Brother (Nathan Weston)
Jesus’s incarnation as the end of shame and fear
Becoming a Bit More Human? (David Shaw)
Some reflections on 'incarnational ministry'