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Can Narrative Christology Be Orthodox?

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Questions raised about the coherence of narrative Christology in the work of James Wm McClendon, Jr, raise questions about the orthodoxy of narrative Christology on the whole. An exploration of these questions identifies at least two possible narrative formulations of the identity of Jesus Christ: in him we acknowledge two agents in one narrative and two narratives in one agent. This bending of concepts for bearing witness to the singularity of Jesus Christ follows the conciliar rules and establishes the orthodoxy of narrative Christology.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Carey Theological College, Vancouver, BC V6T 1J6, Canada.

Publication date: 01 October 2006

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