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The Incarnation of Jesus Christ

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Incarnation, focal Christian convention that God moved toward becoming tissue, that God expected a human natureand turned into a man as Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the second individual of the Trinity. Christ was really God and genuinely man. The convention keeps up that the celestial and human instincts of Jesus don’t exist adjacent to each other in a detached way but instead are participated in him in an individual solidarity that has customarily been alluded to as the hypostatic union. The union of the two natures has not brought about their lessening or blend; rather, the character of each is accepted to have been saved.

The word Incarnation (from the Latin caro, “substance”) may allude to the minute when this union of the awesome idea of the second individual of the Trinity with the human instinct ended … Read the rest