What Does the Incarnation Mean? Christmas 2020 (Audio)

This is a reading of my blog post “Christmas 2020: What Does the Incarnation Mean? Three Insights.” Instead of discussing whether the event happened or whether Jesus could really also be God, I ask “If we believe this, how does it change things?” The Incarnation puts us into an uncomfortable place, especially in this year when we can so clearly see how messed up the world has become, largely due to human actions. It puts us in an uncomfortable place because it asks way more of people than they have been willing to do so far.

The blog post: https://politicalphilosophy.video.blog/2020/12/24/christmas-2020-what-does-incarnation-mean/

Referenced: Jurgen Moltmann, The Crucified God: https://www.amazon.com/Crucified-God-Jurgen-Moltmann/dp/150640295X/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1608825741&sr=1-1


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