Enhypostasis: What Kind of Flesh Did the Word Become?
And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us . . . (John 1:14)
Yesterday we looked at the doctrine of anhypostasis and said that the kind of humanity Jesus took in the incarnation was impersonal. He did not add a human person to himself when he took a fully human nature.
Now we turn to the flip side of the coin and ask, Where did the singular person…Continue Reading