As I meditate on Christ's final days before the crucifixion, I'm struck by the paradox of the Incarnation both expressing and constraining the Divine. …Christ lent himself to the constraints of time, place, and culture by inhabiting a body, speaking in language and imagery specific to a historical point in Jewish culture.... Yet even while bound by these constraints, Christ claimed to fully express the nature of God. "If you have seen me,” He says, “you have seen the Father."