A reference to the "emptying" of the Son in the incarnation (Phil 2:7). Biblically it entails the temporary and voluntary surrender of the exercise of certain divine attributes by the Son while He was on the earth.
A Greek word which means "emptying." Paul used the term in Philippians 2:7 to describe his belief about the process by which Yeshua of Nazareth (Jesus Christ) discarded his supernatural powers and became human.
The doctrine related to Jesus Christ's refusal to exercise the attributes of His deity to benefit His humanity during the period of His incarnation.