A journal of academic theology

Jacques Dupuis and Chalcedon

This article reexamines Jacques Dupuis’s distinction between the action of the Word as such and the action of the Word incarnate. Against recent critics, I argue that Dupuis’s Christology is compatible with Chalcedon as interpreted by Leo the Great. I suggest ways in which this Leonine christological approach needs corrective amplification, particularly regarding the unity of Christ and the action of Christ in his risen humanity.
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