Although, I confess, I liked the term “kerygmatic Christian” at first, I’ve come to see why “incarnational Christian” is the term that best suits us — those of us who would like to portray to the world something about the type of Christianity that we’re pursuing. What I will write below has already been articulated by earlier commenters on numerous posts.
To use old categories, incarnational has both “vertical” and “horizontal” aspects to it.
First, the vertical (although, of course, I don’t think that God is “up” and we are “down”).
Incarnational emphasizes what many of us believe is the most significant act of God in the history of creation: that God incarnated Godself in the person, Jesus of Nazareth. To hear Paul sing it in Philippians 2, even the crucifixion is a subset of the true miracle, incarnation: