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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enflesh.

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Examples

  • - The Herald, Glasgow (The Herald) The vampire of antiquity was a ghost, who became enfleshed as the revenant, the ghoul; then, particularly in eastern Europe, it turned into a blood-sucker.

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  • The gap appears not in the alignment of one's intellect to the truth of priestly celibacy, but how this truth of priestly celibacy becomes enfleshed in the priest's heart and in his relationships as a man.

    Pope John Paul II

  • With fear and trembling we then arise, awake to what God is investing in the human enterprise, fully incarnated and enfleshed, God in and among us.

    Rev. Dr. James A. Kowalski: Advent: A Four-Week Course On Patience

  • But sexuality remains an incredibly public/private iteration of one's truth, one's enfleshed and psychic life, that cannot be thematized or offered up in a tidy, gift-wrapped, epistemological package, ala the coming out 'event.'

    New Dad

  • Christians follow not a mere Logos, as the Platonists did, but an enfleshed Logos, a Logos crucified by involvement in human sin.

    The Archbishop's Dostoevsky - TLS

  • She was flesh, female flesh, and she enfleshed the body of her God.

    My Eve, My Mary

  • Hick has sought to interpret specific claims about the Incarnation in ways that do not commit Christians to the “literal truth” of God becoming enfleshed.

    Philosophy of Religion

  • Instantaneously, the Word of God became enfleshed in that embryo.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • For those persons—whether ancient or modern—who will receive him as the enfleshed Word of God, their blessing is “the right to become children of God.”

    THE NAMES OF JESUS

  • The writer contended that the Thomistic conception of man is that of an incarnate spirit, and went on to say that “a human being is not so much the highest of the animals—a rational animal—but the lowest of the angels, an enfleshed spirit.”

    The Angels and Us

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