God’s Uniqueness, Part Two (Incarnation) [Questions That Haunt]

Questions That Haunt Christianity

In Part One of this Question That Haunts Christianity, I wrote about God as creator. Today I turn my attention to the Incarnation as something that displays God’s ontological uniqueness. As a reminder, the question came from reader Pat, and it concerns a contentious post by Roger Olson:

Last week, I read Roger Olson’s attack on process theology, and then I saw your tweet on the controversy:

I, too, am attracted to relational and process theologies, but I’ve struggled with the feeling I get from process that God is not really very special, that God’s not unique. That’s why your tweet got my attention, so my question is this: Is God ontologically unique from the rest of creation?

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God’s Uniqueness, Part One [Questions That Haunt]

Questions That Haunt Christianity

This Question That Haunts Christianity series is now an occasional series, as opposed to weekly. But I’ll still field questions and do my best to answer. Directions on how you can submit a question below. Today’s question comes from reader Pat, and it concerns a contentious post by Roger Olson last week:

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Is God Unique? Is God Distinct? [Questions That Haunt]

Questions That Haunt Christianity

This Question That Haunts Christianity series is now an occasional series, as opposed to weekly. But I’ll still field questions and do my best to answer. Directions on how you can submit a question below. Today’s question comes from reader Pat, and it concerns a contentious post by Roger Olson last week:

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What Is a “Person”? [Questions That Haunt]

Questions That Haunt Christianity

This week’s Question That Haunts Christianity comes from Mark, and he gets right to the point:

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