Luke Timothy Johnson’s analysis of the tensions within contemporary Christology (“Human & Divine,” January 31) is very well thought out, but I’m afraid that his four rules for keeping the conversation going are probably not going to lead to a resolution. Historical scholarship has explained the church’s turn toward ontology in the patristic era as a result...
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