THE FEMININITY OF THE SON

David T Williams

Abstract


Readers of the New Testament must be struck by the way in which Jesus reffered to God as his 'Father'. At the same time he is reffered to as 'Son of God'. History testifies to the development of these terms into a full Trinitarianism in which a pre-existent Son of God became incarnate in a stable at Bethlehem.

Keywords


Femininity; Father-Son metaphor; inter-Trinitarian relationship

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7833/65-0-1472

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