Incarnation: In what sense is God really “with us”?


  • Anna Case-Winters McCormick Theological Seminar





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How to Cite

Case-Winters, Anna. 2019. “Incarnation: In What Sense Is God Really ‘with us’?”. European Journal for Philosophy of Religion 11 (1):19-38.



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