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" His state was divine, yet he did not cling to his equality with God but emptied himself to assume the condition of a slave and became as men are; and being as all men are, he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death on a cross. "
Traditional Festivals: A Multicultural Encyclopedia - Page 16
by Christian Roy - 2005 - 548 pages
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The Sacrament of Easter

Roger Greenacre, Jeremy Haselock - Religion - 1995 - 178 pages
...count equality with God something to be grasped. But he emptied himself, taking the form of a slave ... he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death on a cross" (Philippians 2:6-8). To discover how the footwashing story casts light upon the Eucharist we must take...
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Taking a Chance on God: Liberating Theology for Gays, Lesbians, and Their ...

John J. McNeill - Religion - 1996 - 238 pages
...himself to assume the condition of a slave, and became as [humans] are, and being as all [humans] are, he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death...him high and gave him the name which is above all other names so that . , . every tongue should acclaim Jesus Christ as Lord, to the glory of God the...
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A Church in Miniature

Ivan Clutterbuck - Anglican Communion - 1996 - 202 pages
...emptied himself to assume the condition of a slave and became as men are; and being as all men are, he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death...him high and gave him the name which is above all other names so that all beings in the heavens, on earth and in the underworld should bend the knee...
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Cynewulf: Basic Readings

Robert E. Bjork - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 364 pages
...emptied himself to assume the condition of a slave, and became as men are: and being as all men are, he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death...him high and gave him the name which is above all other names so that all beings in the heavens, on earth and in the underworld, should bend the knee...
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The Quiet Life

Ray Ashford - Religion - 1996 - 254 pages
...cling to his equality with God, but emptied himself... and became as men are; and being as all men are, he was humbler yet even to accepting death, death on a cross." (Philippians 2:6-8). —HENRIJ. M. NOUWEN Reaching Out There will come a day, I know, when, the last...
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Christian Theology of Inculturation

Mariasusai Dhavamony - Religion - 1997 - 215 pages
...emptied himself to assume the condition of a slave, and became as men are; and being as all men are, he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death on a cross" (Phil. 2.5-8). Here the different stages of the mystery of Christ are described: divine pre-existence,...
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Philemon's Problem: A Theology of Grace

James Tunstead Burtchaell - Religion - 1998 - 334 pages
...himself, taking the form of a slave, becoming as humans are; and being in every way like a human being, he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death on a cross. And for this God raised him on high, and gave him the name which is above all other names; so that...
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Vested Angels: Eucharistic Allusions in Early Netherlandish Paintings

Maurice Basil McNamee, Mb McNamee - Religion - 1998 - 385 pages
...Father at the Last Supper. St. Paul puts it this way: "He became as men are, and being as all men are, He was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death on a cross" (Philippians 2/7-8). But all of this is a reference to a sacrificial death already consummated. So...
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Jesus the Holy Fool

Elizabeth-Anne Stewart - Religion - 1999 - 281 pages
...did not cling to his equality with God but emptied himself to assume the condition of a slave . . . he was humbler yet, even to accepting death, death...him high and gave him the name which is above all other names. . . . (Phil 2:69). Far from clinging to divine status, Jesus allowed himself to be an...
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The Cross in Christian Tradition: From Paul to Bonaventure

Elizabeth Dreyer - Religion - 2000 - 262 pages
...grasped" (Phil 2:6). Christ, the hymn explains, chose to accept death, even death on a cross. As a result, "God raised him high and gave him the name which is above all other names" (Phil 2:9). Throughout subsequent centuries, Christian poets and hymn writers— especially...
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