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John McKenna: The Vicarious Humanity of Christ

Dr. John McKenna

John McKenna: The Vicarious Humanity of Christ

Dr. McKenna talks with Mike Feazell about the importance of the vicarious humanity of Christ.

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John McKenna

John McKenna is adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies at Azusa Pacific University and Professor at Grace Communion Seminary. He received his Ph.D. from Fuller Theological Seminary, studying under Thomas F. Torrance at the University of Edinburgh. He is the author of: The Great AMEN of the Great I-AM: God in Covenant with His People in His Creation. A transcript of his interviews is available here, and a list of his articles on this website is available here

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JMF: Welcome to You’re Included. In today’s interview we are going to discuss the vicarious humanity of God as Jesus Christ. Here to help us with that is Dr. John McKenna. Dr. McKenna is Vice-President and Professor of Old Testament at World Mission University, adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies at Azusa Pacific University and doctrinal adviser for our denomination.

Thanks for being with us again, Dr. McKenna.

JM: You’re very kind, Mike. Thank you.

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The Freedom of the Person of Christ

It is necessary to grasp the meaning of three freedoms if we are going to be able to explain the full significance of freedom. These three freedoms are 1) divine freedom, 2) created freedom and 3) human freedom.

1) Divine freedom is to be understood as the uncreated freedom of the one, sovereign and free God who is the Creator and Redeemer of the world. Divine freedom, as uncreated freedom, is noncontingent freedom. This means that this type of freedom possesses the absolute freedom to exist. It depends on nothing outside of itself for its existence.

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God's Names and Titles

The names of God and the words used for God found in the Old Testament reflect a Semitic world’s commitment to the relationship between the nature of anything and the name of that thing. The name could not be divorced from the nature of the actual being of the thing. The revelation of God belongs to the divine freedom of the Self-Naming God. The various names of God in his acts with his people in the world cannot be divorced from his actual nature and being. All the names of God must refer to who he truly is with Israel and the world.

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