The Biblical Unitarian Podcast
048: Adam and High Human Christology

048: Adam and High Human Christology

December 27, 2018

What is the best way of understanding the four Gospels as they depict the human Jesus sharing in divine attributes belonging to God alone? This episode examines three portrayals of the primordial human being Adam, who is regularly depicted as also sharing in God's unique traits and attributes. Understanding how Jews regarded Adam's relationship with God helps us better interpret how the Gospels portray the human Jesus in exalted terms.

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047: Anti-imperial Christology in Philippians (Part 3)

047: Anti-imperial Christology in Philippians (Part 3)

December 20, 2018

As we continue our study into Paul's depiction of Christ in Phil 2:5-11, we note further example where Caesar is subverted. Rome's harmonious peace is called into question with Jesus' exalted authority. The authoritative names of 'Augustus' and 'Father of the Fatherland' are also undercut with the Father's authoritative name bestowed upon Jesus. Lastly, Jesus acts as the moral example for the people to follow, rather than Caesar's example.

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046: Anti-imperial Christology in Philippians (Part 2)

046: Anti-imperial Christology in Philippians (Part 2)

December 13, 2018

This episode sets out to explore the important christological passage of Phil 2:5-11 in order to see if it also subverts the claims of Rome and her emperors. Would Paul's depiction of Jesus have been heard as offensive to those loyal to Caesar and his empire? I think so, and I think Paul intended that his argument be subversive.

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045: Anti-imperial Christology in Philippians (Part 1)

045: Anti-imperial Christology in Philippians (Part 1)

December 6, 2018

In Philippians 3:20-21, Paul regards Jesus as the true 'savior' and 'lord', deliberately drawing his readers away from their loyalties to Caesar, to whom these titles were widely given. How else does Paul laud the risen Jesus Christ by subverting the Roman emperor in this passage? Find out in this week's episode!

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