Turretin on The Mystery of the Incarnation

Image“Here also belongs the verb ekenose, which is not to be taken simply and absolutely (as if he ceased to be God or was reduced to a nonentity, which is impious even to think concerning the eternal and unchangeable God), but in respect of state and comparatively because he concealed the divine glory under the veil of flesh and as it were laid it aside; not by putting off what he was, but by assuming what he was not”- Quoted by K. Scott Oliphant in his book “God with Us”, pg. 221-222


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