From divinity to infinity

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Some, of course, would go further and claim that Jesus was the very content of what he preached, the ontological embodiment of his message, or as Origin put it centuries ago, the kingdom-of-God-in-person, ho autobasileia.1 This affirmation in fact lies at the heart of the Christian tradition, and if the guardians of that orthodoxy were to answer the question we are posing today, they would say: What the Christ of faith will be is the same as what the Jesus of history was: the incarnate presence of the self-communicating God.
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