Kenosis

Kenosis (from the Greek literally an emptying), is a Christological doctrine, which lays stress on the human development of Christ. The Logos, in the act of incarnation, laid aside, or emptied himself of, his divine attributes and also his divine self-consciousness, which he gradually regained in the course of his earthly life, having done so compl...
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Kenosis

In Christian theology, kenosis (from the Greek word for emptiness κένωσις, kénōsis) is the `self-emptying` of one`s own will and becoming entirely receptive to God`s divine will. The word ἐκένωσεν (ekénōsen) is used in Philippians 2:7, `[Jesus] made himself nothing ...`{Bibleref2c|Phil.|2:7|NIV} (NIV) or `...[he] emptied...
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kenosis

Christ's rejection of his divine side upon assuming human form
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