The doctrine of the Incarnation was once wellspring and catalyst for theories of pictures verbal, fabric, and religious. part I, Representing the secret of the Incarnation, takes up questions about the representability of the secret. part II, Imago Dei and the Incarnate observe, investigates how Christ s prestige because the photograph of God was once obvious to license pictures fabric and non secular. part III, Literary Figurations of the Incarnation, considers the verbal construction of pictures considering the divine and human nature of Christ. part IV, Tranformative Analogies of topic and Spirit, delves into ways in which fabric homes and procedures, of their results at the beholder, have been analogized to Christ s hypostasis. part V, Visualizing the Flesh of Christ, considers the relation among the Incarnation and the Passion."
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