So Burk argues that Christ’s not grasping for equality with God belongs not only to the economic but to the ontological Trinity. That is an extraordinary claim! He is asserting far more than a simple acknowledgement that the Father and Son are not identical. We all affirm that point. Burk is arguing for an eternal state of functional inequality between the Father and Son. I suppose that fits nicely with Bruce Ware’s contention that the Son receives less glory than the Father (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: Relationships Roles and Relevance pp 50, 51, 55, 57).
Todd Pruitt, Is The Son Equal To The Father?