denied God omniscient & omnipotent &that Jesus Christ is God in that sense:
"So if we speak of Jesus Christ as God, we may not speak of him as the representative of an idea of God who possesses the properties of omniscience and omnipotence (there is no such thing as this abstract divine nature!)" (Christ the Center, p. 108).
Denied His virgin birth:
"Strictly speaking, we should really talk, not about the Incarnation, but only about the Incarnate One. An interest in the incarnation raises the question 'How?' The question 'How?' thus underlies the hypothesis of the Virgin Birth. It is both historically and dogmatically questionable. The biblical evidence for it is uncertain" (Christ the Center, p. 109).
denied sinlessness of Christ:
"The assertion of the sinlessness of Jesus fails if it has in mind observable acts of Jesus. His deeds are done in the likeness of flesh. They are not sinless, but ambiguous. One can and should see good and bad in them" (Christ the Center, p. 113).
denied resurrection of Christ:
"Bible itself reveals the stumbling block ...disciples had perhaps stolen the body. Even here we cannot evade the realm of ambiguity" (Christ the Center, p. 117).