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The Incarnation of Jesus Christ The word incarnation does not occur in the Bible. It is derived from the Latin in and caro (flesh), meaning clothed in flesh, the act of assuming flesh. Its only use in theology is in reference to that gracious, voluntary act of the Son of God in which He assumed...
Matthew 20:20–28 demonstrates that first-century inhabitants of the Roman Empire understood the proclivity for people in power to use their position for their own gain. Back then, despotic rulers commonly used their already privileged ...
Incarnation, central Christian doctrine that God became flesh, that God assumed a human nature and became a man in the form of Jesus Christ, the Son of God and the second person of the Trinity. Christ was truly God and truly man. The doctrine maintains that the divine and human natures of Jesus do
God cannot die. Jesus died. Therefore, Jesus cannot be God. One of the doctrines that many people fail to understand concerning Jesus is the doctrine of the Hypostatic Union. This is in the teaching that Jesus has two natures: God and man.
The famous hymn of the church "And Can it Be?" contains a line that asks a very poignant question: "How can it be that thou, my God, shouldst die for me?" Is it accurate to say that God died on the cross?