An Interdisciplinary Symposium on the Incarnation of the Son of God
Edited by Stephen T. Davis, Daniel Kendall, and Gerald O'Collins
Table of Contents
1. The Incarnation; Critical Issues, Gerald O'Collins, S.J.
2. Biblical Witness Theophany, Anthropomorphism, and the Imago Dei: Some Observations about the incarnation in the Light of the Old Testament, J. Andrew Dearman
3. Jesus' Self-Understanding, N.T. Wright
4. St Paul and the Incarnation: A Reassessment of the Data, Gordon D. Fee
5. Romans 8: the Incarnation and its Redemptive Impact, Jean-Noel Aletti, S.J.
6. The Incarnation: The Jewish Milieu, Alan F. Segal
7. Patristic and Medieval Witness What Does Chalcedon Solve and What Does it Not?: Some Reflections on the Status and Meaning of the chalcedonian 'Definition', Sarah Coakley
8. Nature and the 'Mode of Union': Late Patristic Models for the Personal Unity of Christ, Brian E. Daley, S.J.
9. Aquinas' Metaphysics of the Incarnation, Eleonore Stump
10. Foundational and Systematic Issues Was Jesus Mad, Bad, or God?, Stephen T. Davis
11. The Self-Emptying of Love: Some Thoughts on Kenotic Christology, C. Stephen Evans
12. A Timeless God Incarnate, Brian Leftow
13. The Incarnation Practised and Proclaimed A Word Made Flesh: Incarnational Language and the Writer, Kathleen Norris
14. The Incarnation and Virtue Ethics, Linda Zagzebski
15. The Incarnation in Twentieth-Century Art, David Brown
16. The Incarnation in Selected Christmas Sermons, Marguerite Shuster