Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
This episode sets out to explore the important christological passage of Phil 2:5-11 in order to see if it also subverts the claims of Rome and her emperors. Would Paul's depiction of Jesus have been heard as offensive to those loyal to Caesar and his empire? I think so, and I think Paul intended that his argument be subversive.
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