eternally begotten not made outline

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Outline “Eternally begotten, not made, one in Being with the Father….Through him all things were made” I. Christology a. definition b. 3 touchstones c. the “ethic” of the Gospel of Mark and the kingdom of God i. integration ii. inversion d. eschatological hope for liberation i. Phaisees ii. Zealots iii. Saducees iv. Jesus e. high Christology vs. low Christology II. John a. John’s Christology i. titles 1. “lamb of God” 2. “the Word” a. Greek precedents b. Jewish precedents ii. fulfillment of prophecy iii. savior iv. creator b. compared to Mark III. Christological Councils a. 4 th century debate: relationship between God and Jesus Christ (the Logos)? i. Arius: Logos not co-eternal with God, but instead created by God ii. Athenasius: Logos is co-eternal with God iii. Council of Nicea (325) 1. Jesus Christ (Logos) was “eternally begotten, not made” 2. Jesus Christ was “one in being (homoousias) with the Father” b. 5 th century debate: relationship between Christ’s humanity and Christ’s divinity? i.
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