“But this means that the occasion of his Incarnation is already the beginning of his obedience.”
“Well, what they call the Incarnation is really the point.”
“I was about to point out the most important part, that Christians believe that God Himself has appeared in the world of matter in what we call the Incarnation, the Christian teaching that God the Son is fully God and fully man in one Person.”
“This claim we call the Incarnation — and celebrate at Christmas — can't be separated from "the paschal mystery of death and resurrection.”
“However, when the Christian myth [of the Incarnation] is taken literally its central theme develops some dangerous implications.”
“The premise being that being an Incarnation is a career, and your average people get to do it.”
“As this knowledge is gained, it will be possible for the learner to know in his heart, and not merely by heart, what is meant by the great mysterious terms Incarnation, Atonement, Resurrection; as this knowledge is tested and proved true by experience of life, the meaning and power of prayer will become clearer.”
“Trinity and the Incarnation, is deduced, with strong probability, from this African school.”
“For none but a Catholic can receive the Gospels as they were written; none but a man who believes that Christ is both God and Man, who is content to believe that and to bow before the Paradox of paradoxes that we call the Incarnation, to accept the blinding mystery that Infinite and Finite Natures were united in one Person, that the Eternal expresses Himself in Time, and that the Uncreated Creator united to Himself Creation -- none but a”
“The core of Christian doctrine is the Incarnation, which is pretty much outside the realm of biology or physics.”
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