20.4.10

Ramsey on the incarnation

It would be a bit of an oversimplification to say (but perhaps not too much of one) that in Anglican theology through the centuries the incarnation has been a more central and prominent doctrine than that of the cross and redemption, and certainly more so than justification or predestination. (p.9 Michael Ramsey, The Anglican Spirit and Scripture, Antiquity and Reason).

Interesting. And yet scholars seem to discuss it less than those other truths mentioned, perhaps because as a communion we argue about it less.

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