Well grammatically the subject is God who became incarnate in Jesus Christ.No. The subject is Jesus. The mystery of faith is THAT the subject (Jesus) did [all these things].
Well if not Jesus, who else would the author be identifying God with?To read an identification of Jesus with God into a passage that says nothing of the kind?
"grammatically"??? The word "God" does not appear at all. The mistaken insertion of "God" into the sentence arose from a copyist blot, turning an omicron into a theta, followed by a misinterpretation of theta-sigma as an abbreviation of theos.Well grammatically the subject is God who became incarnate in Jesus Christ.
The author is not identifying God with anybody.Well if not Jesus, who else would the author be identifying God with?
is it ok for mee to butt inBut the 'he' is obvious, in context.
Can you give me what you think the text should say?