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The Gender of Jesus and the Incarnation: A Case Study in Feminist Hermeneutics

Jack Cottrell
Professor of Theology
Cincinnati Bible Seminary

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Abstract

If Jesus was the prototypical feminist, as Christian feminist interpreters claim, why did he become incarnate in male form? Feminists explain this as cultural accommodation or say the NT actually describes Jesus only as a a[nqrwpo"  (anthro¯pos, “genetically human”) not specifically as male. A careful study of the biblical text shows their arguments are without foundation.

 
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