I’ve mentioned Sarah Coakley’s chapter “Does Kenosis Rest on a Mistake? Three Kenotic Models in Patristic Exegesis?” in Exploring Kenotic Christology: The Self-Emptying of God (ed. C. Stephen Evans). A second excellent contribution to that volume is Van Driel’s “The Logic of Assumption.” Coakley and Van Driel’s chapters are the two contributions in the volume critical of standard kenotic models. They’re worth the price of the book. Van Driel has his piece uploaded here or you can read and/or download it below as well.
Prayer: Incarnate God of love, thank you for forever uniting our humanity to your divinity. Teach me to live in the healing power of the truth of the union, perfectly and forever fulfilled in the Son.