The Son's Assumption Of A Human Nature A Call For Clarity Analysis

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Ivor J. Davidson, a Professor in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Otago, New Zealand, compares the sinlessness of Jesus Christ from a biblical viewpoint by providing a clarification of the moral characteristics found in Jesus Christ. In addition, this particular article provides a set of questions, that answers the modernism, idealism, contemporanism, and liberalism ideologies. In this article, Davidson describes the Sinlessness of Christ with the following statement: “To reduce the matter of Jesus' morality to something that must be comprehensible by analogy with our own experience of being human is to posit a figure whose otherness is quantitative rather than qualitative, and such a one is dubiously equipped …show more content…
Kapic is a professor of Biblical and Theological Studies Department at Covenant Collage, Lookout Mountain, GA. Kapic, in the article “The Son’s Assumption of a Human Nature: A Call for Clarity,” he compares two Christian position that has earned a large discussion, became convinced that Christ either came with a fallen or unfallen human nature. A substantial number of questions are answered here relevant to the sinlessness of Christ. In this article, Kapic describes “the unique birth of Jesus as the means for maintaining both continuity and discontinuity between the humanity of Christ and fallen humanity; because of the Spirit Jesus is uniquely conceived in such a way as to be free from inherited guilt and sin.” As one look at this quote, one is aware that not only was free from original sin, but His sacrifice on the cross was enough to accomplish one’s …show more content…
Mike Allen, joined the faculty of RTS-Orlando in 2015 and serves as John Dyer Trimble Professor of Systematic Theology and Academic Dean of the Orlando campus. In 2006, his position at the seminary became a research position where he focuses on research, writing, and speaking. During the article “Calvin's Christ: A Dogmatic Matrix for Discussion of Christ's Human Nature,” he counteracts Calvin’s theology of original sin and the belief of Christ fallen nature apart from that of guilt. Allen’s, viewpoint brings another position that tries to explain Jesus Christ Sinlessness human nature by accepting a fallen nature. The fundamentals used are strictly derived from the Calvin theology. Allen quotes, “The most helpful parallel to such a unity is that of body and soul in constituting man as a creature – uniting but not mingling so as to lose distinctions.” However, one must beware of the misunderstanding that abound this view point. Following Jesus means that He was free from original sin and guilt. Therefore, as mentioned above, it is impossible for someone to be born in debt with God, and at the same time able to redeem one from our burden. God demands blood for justice, but a pure and perfect blood shed in order to pay the price of sin. For this reason, this is just another half-truth that tries to explain Jesus miraculous

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