The act of clothing with flesh, or the state of being so clothed; the act of taking, or being manifested in, a human body and nature.
The union of the second person of the Godhead with manhood in Christ.
An incarnate form; a personification; a manifestation; a reduction to apparent from; a striking exemplification in person or act.
A rosy or red color; flesh color; carnation.
The process of healing wounds and filling the part with new flesh; granulation.
The term for the Christian teaching that God became man in Jesus Christ. It comes from the Latin for "in flesh".
the transfer of a Soul from one body into a new body after death.
1. A manifestation in bodily form; the act of manifesting. Most used to infer embodiment for an extended period, as born to a life on earth. 2. An appearance of a supernatural entity in a body.
Literally, the word means, "in flesh," and it refers to the coming of the eternal Son of God, Jesus, in flesh of man through His birth at Bethlehem (John 1:1,14).
The Christian doctrine that the eternal Son of God took human flesh from his human mother and that the historical Jesus is at once fully God and fully human.
incarnation: embodiment of a soul on earth; taking on a body of flesh; a definitely determined period (from the angle of soul) wherein experiment, experience and expression are the keynotes. Each successive incarnation continues the experiment, deepens the experience and relates the expression more closely to the latent unfolding divinity.
The concept that God became a man and dwelt among other humans. This was rejected by the Gnostic Christians, the Ebionites and other Jewish Christians, but accepted by Pauline Christians.
The manifestations of a living entity into physical form; any one of the earthly lives of an immortal human. Individuality The immortal, reincarnating part of a human being, consisting of the Upper Spiritual, Lower Spiritual and Upper Mental levels
When Jesus became human by being born to Mary
The Christian doctrine that affirms that the eternal Son of God became human in the person of Jesus of Nazareth and that the historical Christ is at once fully God and fully human.
The belief that in Jesus Christ, God became a human being.
Dogma that the one, true, eternal God has entered into human reality in an absolute way (body, soul, spirit, history, culture) in the reality of God's messiah, Jesus of Nazareth
The manifestations of a living entity into physical form; specifically, any one of the earthly lives of an immortal human Individuality (q.v.) in the continuing Reincarnation (q.v.) process.
The Incarnation is the mystery and the dogma of the Word made Flesh. In the language of Holy Writ, flesh means, by synecdoche, human nature or man. When the Word is said to be incarnate, to have been made Flesh, the Divine goodness is better expressed whereby God "emptied Himself...and was found in outward bearing (schemati) like a man.
a new personification of a familiar idea; "the embodiment of hope"; "the incarnation of evil"; "the very avatar of cunning"
(Christianity) the Christian doctrine of the union of God and man in the person of Jesus Christ
the act of attributing human characteristics to abstract ideas etc.
a life, it can be as a plant or animal or human
a special manifestation of the Divine in history
The act of God becoming a human to participate in human nature. From Latin: â€œinto flesh.
literally, becoming flesh; the event of God becoming a human being.
The assumption of the human nature by Jesus Christ as the second person of the Trinity
the term used for Christ in His earthly state; literally a description of God having assumed a human body and soul.
In general, the embodiment of a spirit in a human form. Specifically, the act of God in becoming flesh; that is, the union of divinity and humanity in Jesus Christ.
The Christian doctrine that Christ took human form from his human mother, the Blessed Virgin Mary, and was at once fully human and fully God.
The term, from the Latin carnis ("flesh") literally means "enfleshment." It reflects the christological doctrine that Jesus was fully human and fully divine, the Son of God "in the flesh."
the embodying of an entity in a physical form
Literally means in the flesh. The Incarnation is the act of the Eternal God the Son becoming man in the person of Jesus Christ. God becomes Man and unites His Divine nature to the human nature He receives from the Virgin Mary.
Manifestation of the soul as a three-fold personality, under the Law of Rebirth.
The Christian belief that God became flesh (Latin in + carne) in Jesus of Nazareth.
The Christian doctrine of the Incarnation affirms that God became human in the person of Jesus, and thus the historical Jesus is both fully God and fully man. This doctrine was largely formulated in the fourth and fifth centuries. Since then, the idea has been interpreted in other ways. In art it is usually symbolized in the Annunciation and the Nativity. Return to Theme
(Lat. carne - “flesh”) Literally, “becoming in flesh.” The Christian doctrine that Jesus Christ, the Second person of the Trinity, took to Himself a human nature and became man, without in any way diminishing His deity (John 1:1,14). Jesus Christ is one person with two distinguishable natures (divine and human).
A term used to refer to the assumption of human nature by God, in the person of Jesus Christ. The term " incarnation alism" is often used to refer to theological approaches which lay especial emphasis upon God" becoming human.
literally, "enfleshed." The taking on of a human shape or nature by a divinity. See also Avatar.
Incarnation, which literally means enfleshment, refers to the conception, and live birth of a sentient creature (generally human) who is the material manifestation of an entity or force whose original nature is immaterial.
The doctrine of the Incarnation of Christ is the belief that the second person in the Christian Godhead, also known as the Son or the Logos (Word), "became flesh" when he was miraculously conceived in the womb of the Virgin Mary. In the Incarnation, the divine nature of the Son was perfectly united with human nature in one divine Person Jesus Christ, who was both "truly God and truly man" (Chalcedonian Creed)." The incarnation is commemorated and celebrated each year at the Feast of the Incarnation, also known as Annunciation.