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Erratum: In our February 2023 issue, the article “The Best a Man Can Do” mistakenly stated that Jesus “emptied Himself of His divinity” when He was incarnated. This did not accurately communicate the meaning of “emptied Himself,” as the Greek phrasing of Philippians 2:7 is often properly translated (e.g., in the English Standard Version). Rather, Jesus emptied Himself of His divine power and prerogatives when He became flesh, as we have long taught and published and as mentioned in this issue’s “Questions and Answers” feature on page 15. We apologize for the error.