The Earliest Christologies Paperback

Five Images of Christ in the Postapostolic Age

by James L Papandrea;

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The Earliest Christologies

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The second century was a religious and cultural crucible for early Christian Christology. Was Christ a man, temporarily inhabited by the divine?

Was he a spirit, only apparently cloaked in flesh?

Or was he the Logos, truly incarnate?

Between varieties of adoptionism on the one hand and brands of Gnosticism on the other, the church's understanding took shape.

In this clear and concise introduction, James Papandrea sets out five of the principal images of Christ that dominated belief and debate in the postapostolic age. While beliefs on the ground were likely more tangled and less defined than we can know, Papandrea helps us see how Logos Christology was forged as the beginning of the church's orthodox confession. This informative and clarifying study of early Christology provides a solid ground for students to begin to explore the early church and its Christologies.

The Earliest Christologies by James L Papandrea was published by InterVarsity Press in July 2016 and is our 41927th best seller. The ISBN for The Earliest Christologies is 9780830851270.

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Details for The Earliest Christologies

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherInterVarsity Press (July 2016)
Number of Pages144
Thickness15 mm
Height226 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code4451431
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