As embryo, foetus, infant, child and man [Christ’s personal, human nature] is hypostasis [i.e. personalized and individualized] in the Second Person of the Trinity. The flesh is his. The form of a servant is his. The likeness of men is his. The obedience unto death is his. As every juncture…we have to do not with a man into whom God changed himself, but with God himself. He is a real man only as the Son of God. Nor is his human nature mere attribute, an accident of his existence. It is part of his essence or being. He became man; and he is, irrevocably and inalienably, man. Everything he is and does is modified by his humanity as sure as by his divinity. He thinks and loves and wills as man, as surely as he thinks, loves and wills as God (Macleod, The Person of Christ, 202).
AboutWelcome! My name is Danny Slavich. I am God's child, Laura's husband, Adalyn's daddy, Pembroke Road's pastor, and an adjunct professor. I am glad you are here, whether you are a long-time reader, or Google shot you here randomly. While you are here, look around, read, and converse.