The pre-incarnate Christ ?!Heresy?
This is a heresy expounded by people who refuse to acknowledge that Christ is a Jew. By postulating the pre-incarnation of Christ they want to say that Christ came into existence prior to the creation of humankind and prior to the existence of the Jewish race. As such he has neither racial nor genetic distinctives Heresy, pure and simple, and in my humble opinion, a distortion of Christology which is serious enough to remove a person from membership in the Church.
According to your logic you need to first prove that I seek to deny that Christ made Himself incarnate as a Jew.
I have done no such thing, nor do I desire to advance any such ridiculous idea. You also need to prove that I intended to embrace a teaching contradictory to the faith of the Church and didn't merely use wording that put forth my Orthodox ideas in a rather imprecise manner. IOW, I think you jumped the gun to identify me with heretics you may know and imply that I should be excommunicated for what I just said.
Now, addressing your idea that my use of the word "pre-incarnate" implies that Christ came into existence prior to Creation, is it not true that He indeed did, or more correctly that He existed in eternity before the beginning. I might have more correctly stated that the pre-incarnate Word of God is He who revealed the pattern of Tabernacle worship to Moses, but is not the Christ this Word of God? Is it not correct to identify Christ and the Word of God as one and the same hypostasis so that we can now use the two titles interchangeably? Thus, if Christ is the Word of God, then I can truly speak of the pre-incarnate Word of God who revealed the Law to Moses as the pre-incarnate Christ to indicate that the revelation of the Law was truly the work of Jesus Christ before He made Himself incarnate of the Virgin.
However, if others beside Irish Hermit
find my use of "pre-incarnate Christ" as confusing, then I will use better terminology to express what I really mean.