The Conclusion reiterates the main project of the book: to consider and rebut the extant philosophical objections to Conciliar Christology. It reminds the reader that the goal was not to prove the truth, probability, or even logical possibility of Conciliar Christology. It concludes by calling for analytic theological investigation of five more areas of Christology, not themselves part of Conciliar Christology, but commonly accepted by wide swaths of the Christian tradition. These five areas are: the freedom of Christ’s human will, the knowledge of Christ’s human intellect, the temptation of the impeccable Christ, the interim state between the death and resurrection of Christ, and finally, the possibility of multiple incarnations of the divine persons.
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