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  • adj. Pertaining to incarnation; particularly the incarnation of Jesus Christ.


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incarnation +‎ -al


  • Although the terms incarnational and eschatological were not current in Belloc’s lifetime, he is a prime instance of a man with an incarnational understanding of religious truth.

    Hilaire Belloc: Defender of the Faith

  • David Fitch believes that video venues are anti-missional and non-incarnational .. in other words, growing out of Modernity and the old paradigm.


  • Just as God assumed a body and entered the time and space of this world, so it is appropriate to prayer – at least to communal liturgical prayer – that our speaking to God should be "incarnational," that it should be Christological, turned through the incarnate Word to the Triune God.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • It's a kind of incarnational magic that escapes him now.

    Less being more

  • Eleven years and a PhD later, I came to the conclusion that because I had naively placed the goal of numerical growth ahead of the more subtle "incarnational" goals of growing faith, growing commitment, growing community, I had inadvertantly become a successful marketer at the expense of being an effective minister.

    Growth: Goal or Outcome?

  • In such varyingly 'incarnational' acts or action the non-successive God Himself condescends to a certain successiveness; but this, in order to help His creatures to achieve as much simultaneity as is compatible with their several ranks and calls.

    Progress and History

  • This leads us to a question underlying the coupling of the term "incarnational" with

    Contend Earnestly

  • Inspiration and Incarnation: Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament, published in 2005, he presented an argument for an "incarnational" model of biblical inspiration and authority.

  • "If the former, Enns has written lots of material on understanding the authority of the Bible on an 'incarnational' model."


  • Hugh's own journey out of traditional community and into what it looked like to start his own "incarnational" community took time and patience.

    Missio Dei


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