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Ten years ago, when I wrote the following essay, I had no knowledge of the history of the doctrine of Christ's humanity, bat prepared the paper solely from my own researches in the Word of God.
Since then I have made myself familiar with the early controversies regarding the person of Christ, in which Nestorius and Eutyches represented the two extreme views, and also with the notions of the Churches of the Reformation (Lutheran and Reformed), regarding the two natures of Christ, with the Tübingen-Giessen controversy, and with the Kenosis discussions of the present century.
After this study I am not inclined to change a word of what I wrote ten years ago.
I find, that of all writers on the subject, Gess and Godet most nearly present the view which independently convinced my judgment.
The Word became flesh.
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