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Incarnate God

Paperback|Apr 2006
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The Christian doctrine of the Incarnation affirms that the eternal Son of God took human flesh from his human Mother, and that the historical Christ is at once fully God and fully man. Here, the author applies this truth to...


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The Christian doctrine of the Incarnation affirms that the eternal Son of God took human flesh from his human Mother, and that the historical Christ is at once fully God and fully man. Here, the author applies this truth to the realities of modern men and women, and shows that the doctrine was not some theological abstraction.
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The Christian doctrine of the Incarnation affirms that the eternal Son of God took human flesh from his human Mother and that the historical Christ is at once fully God and fully man. It was the genius of Bishop John V. Taylor to apply this profound theological truth to the realities of modern men and women. The essence of Christianity consists in its refusal to separate the seen from the unseen, the material from the spiritual. And this is what Jesus is about. 'I and the Father are one' and 'The Father is greater than I' - Taylor believes these two sentences to be true of all of us, and to a unique degree Jesus revealed to us this truth about ourselves.

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John V Taylor

John Taylor is the author of four collections of short prose: The Presence of Things Past (1992), The World As It Is (1998), Mysteries of the Body and the Mind (1998), and Some Sort of Joy (2000). He is the winner of the 2003 Three Oaks Prize for Fiction.

  • 1. Birth; 2. Ministry; 3. Passion And Crucifixion; 4. Resurrection And Ascension; 5. The New Age.