This dissertation analyzes the power and subjectivity demonstrated in Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection through the lens of Foucaultian biopolitics and intersectional queer theory, naming it as vital power. As revelation of God, this framework demonstrates divine power that incorporates the ambiguities of material life, relates in open and non-hierarchical ways (intratrinitarianly and with creation), and condemns systems that oppress minoritized bodies.