Jesus Christ is the way that God has chosen to restore the line of communication between man and himself.
Fox's Christology focuses on the prophetic office of Christ.
It is doubtful if Fox thought of himself as its originator.
We know that Fox had the first chapter of Romans in mind when he used this phrase, for he refers to it in his reply to Enoch Howet.
The wisdom and power of the Creator is the ultimate wisdom and power.
It cannot be set aside, or overruled by, any other wisdom and power. He communicates with man in such a way that his wisdom and power are made accessible to man.The object of Quaker ministry was to reach, touch and answer something in man which is distinct from intellect, feeling, or action.What was this special kind of response that they were trying to arouse in all men?From Fox's viewpoint, a messiah who is not the universal prophet who now teaches the principles of God's righteousness to all men is not the savior of the world.Through his office of heavenly prophet, Jesus Christ overcomes and vanquishes the darkness, death and captivity that came upon man through disobedience, and a new era of light, life and freedom is born.That Fox saw "that of God in every man" in the context of Romans 1 is evident from the following passage written in 1658: "So that which may be known of God is manifest within people, which God hath showed unto them..to that of God in them all must they come before they do hold the truth in righteousness, or retain God in their knowledge, or retain his covenant of light" .Fox does not use the declarative sentence, "There is that of God in every man," and he never makes it the central theme of any of his sermons or writings.By refusing to hear and obey the Creator, man loses his favored position among God's creatures and becomes instead the destroyer of himself, of human community, and of his natural environment.Man cannot truly live except by the word that comes from the Creator.Conventional Christology has focused on the Atonement, interpreted in various ways, accomplished by Jesus' death; and on the Incarnation, that is, the embodiment of the divine word in human flesh.Fox's Christology puts the emphasis on Christ as the fulfillment of the prophecy that a prophet like Moses would come, who was to be heard and obeyed in all things.