[in-kahr-ney-shuh n] /ˌɪn kɑrˈneɪ ʃən/
an being or form.
a living being embodying a deity or spirit.
assumption of human form or nature.
the Incarnation, (sometimes lowercase) Theology. the doctrine that the second person of the Trinity assumed human form in the person of Jesus Christ and is completely both God and man.
a person or thing regarded as embodying or exhibiting some quality, idea, or the like:
The leading dancer is the incarnation of grace.
the act of .
state of being .
the act of manifesting or state of being manifested in bodily form, esp human form
a bodily form assumed by a god, etc
a person or thing that typifies or represents some quality, idea, etc: the weasel is the incarnation of ferocity
(Christian theol) the assuming of a human body by the Son of God
(Christianity) the presence of God on Earth in the person of Jesus
c.1300, “embodiment of God in the person of Christ,” from Old French incarnacion (12c.), from Late Latin incarnationem (nominative incarnatio), “act of being made flesh” (used by Church writers especially of God in Christ), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin incarnare “to make flesh,” from in- “in” (see in- (2)) + caro (genitive carnis) “flesh” (see carnage).
The Christian belief that the Son, the second person of the Trinity, was incarnated, or made flesh, in the person of Jesus, in order to save the world from original sin.
that act of grace whereby Christ took our human nature into union with his Divine Person, became man. Christ is both God and man. Human attributes and actions are predicated of him, and he of whom they are predicated is God. A Divine Person was united to a human nature (Acts 20:28; Rom. 8:32; 1 Cor. 2:8; Heb. 2:11-14; 1 Tim. 3:16; Gal. 4:4, etc.). The union is hypostatical, i.e., is personal; the two natures are not mixed or confounded, and it is perpetual.
[in-kahr-ney-shuh n] /ˌɪn kɑrˈneɪ ʃən/ noun 1. an being or form. 2. a living being embodying a deity or spirit. 3. assumption of human form or nature. 4. the Incarnation, (sometimes lowercase) Theology. the doctrine that the second person of the Trinity assumed human form in the person of Jesus Christ and is completely both […]
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[in-keys] /ɪnˈkeɪs/ verb (used with object), incased, incasing. 1. . /ɪnˈkeɪs/ verb 1. a variant spelling of encase