[German Version] I. Primitive Christianity – II. History of Doctrine – III. Dogmatics – IV. Forms of Extra-ecclesial Christology a. The term Christology, which originated in the early 17th century, was coined for systematic reflection concerning Jesus Christ. Initially, conceptions and
The theological term Christology, coined in the 17th century, denotes normative reflection (Dogma) on the person and work of Jesus Christ and his enduring religious significance. This intellectual image of Christ in Christology is one among many, for devotion to Christ always found expression in
. Victor, pp. 614-15.
death,14 and by Tarantasia and Lyra to refer to Christ's "passible
Luther refers to this medieval interpretation of 2, 7 simply as the
position of "others" who "understand this verse to refer to Christ as
being lower than the angels, not according to