The Incarnation as Intended Reality: A Reconceptualization of the Work of God in Light of Human Activity and Evolutionary Possibilities

Published on March 15, 2015

This paper is an examination of the questions which arise when considering human genesis in an evolutionary context and the workings of God in human salvation. Specifically, these two loci will be considered from the perspective of the Incarnation as an original created intent by God, and not as a result or reaction to the sinful choices of Adam and Eve. John W. Nevin’s theology of the Incarnation will be the context for this reconceptualization.

Michael J. Stell | Catholic University of America

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