We are looking at John's gospel the control Jesus exercises over his own death.
Τετέλεσται - "It is finished" - imperfect and passive in the Greek.
Look at Jesus' authority here, he is not passive victim.
Jesus is active in offering himself.
Is it hard to look at John and argue subordinationism? I wonder what this does for our doctrinal stances on the trinity. How does it impact doctrine about the atonement? How can we argue subordinationism from this and have this impact our gender- thinking?