9. God’s Agent in the Fourth Gospel

@inproceedings{Borgen20149GA,
  title={9. God’s Agent in the Fourth Gospel},
  author={P. Borgen},
  year={2014}
}
In his discussion of Christological ideas in the Fourth Gospel, C.H. Dodd finds that the status and function of the Son as God's delegated representative recalls the language of the Old Testament prophets. Certain peculiarities, such as the Son's complete and uninterrupted dependence on the Father and dualism between higher and lower spheres, suggest to him that this aspect of Jesus' human path is a projection of eternal relation of the Son and the Father upon field of time. According to John… Expand
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