Jesus represented all humanity in his death - and in his life. His righteousness is accounted for our - his obedience is credited to our account. His faith is counted for our faith, and that's a good thing, because we don't always have as much faith as we want to. He believes for us, repents for us, shares in our loneliness. He shared in our weak and broken condition, to redeem it.
Grace Communion International and Grace Communion Seminary sponsor a video program called "You're Included," in which we interview various theologians about different aspects of Trinitarian theology. These interviews are transcribed and many are available in e-books. We've had conversations with 36 theologians, in more than 130 interviews.