I decided to add a couple of papers my professor has written to my sideblog. Both deal with his concept of the “Vicarious Humanity of Christ” which he learned under the great Scottish theologian T.F. Torrance. One relates the doctrine to culture and globalization, and one deals with how his view of Christ deals with issues like providence and particularly theodicy. Just look for “Vicarious Humanity” in the title of the papers (one is a PDF) to find the right papers.
After reading, one will perceive that Kettler’s christology has far reaching implications for every other doctrine of the Christian faith. Is such a christocentric focus healthy or dangerous theologically, and is his view of the significance of Christ’s life correct?