incarnation

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A living being embodying a deity or spirit
The state of being incarnated
the Incarnation The doctrine that the second person of the Trinity assumed human form in the person of Jesus Christ and is fully divine and fully human
An incarnate being or form
The act of incarnating
An assumption of human form or nature
A person or thing regarded as embodying or exhibiting some quality, idea, or the like

The leading dancer is the incarnation of grace.

The Christian belief that God became flesh (Latin in + carne) in Jesus of Nazareth
The word avatar, meaining incarnation, is derived from two Sanskrut words, 'ava' and 'tru' Descent from a higher status to a lower one itself is an incarnation Thus, when the Lord leave His abode and desends to the earth to accomplish His mission, He is said to have assumed an incarnation When the Supreme God assumes the physical form of a man and spends some period or the entire life time in that physical form, it is called an incarnation
The central Christian belief that God took on human form in the person of Jesus Christ
Manifestation of the soul as a three-fold personality, under the Law of Rebirth
If you say that someone is the incarnation of a particular quality, you mean that they represent that quality or are typical of it in an extreme form. The regime was the very incarnation of evil = embodiment
(Christianity) the Christian doctrine of the union of God and man in the person of Jesus Christ time passed in a particular bodily form; "he believes that his life will be better in his next incarnation
The Christian mystery of the infinite and eternal God entering the world as a finite human being (or becoming "incarnate") within the womb of the Virgin Mary The human Jesus of Nazareth was vulnerable to all the foibles that afflict humanity as the result of the fall, including hunger, fear, pain, loneliness, and despair; he also experienced hope, love, and the simple pleasure of making breakfast for his friends The divine Son of God had access to supernatural powers such as the forgiveness of sins, the healing of sickness, and mastery over the forces of nature The Son existed before the world, and it was through the Son that the Father created the world In what the early Church called the hypostatic union, the two separate but full natures, human and divine, co-exist, each without diminishing the other, within the one person who is Jesus Christ See also: Trinity
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
A rosy or red color; flesh color; carnation
An incarnation is an instance of being alive on earth in a particular form. Some religions believe that people have several incarnations in different forms. She began recalling a series of previous incarnations. Central Christian doctrine that God became man in the form of Jesus, the son of God and the second person of the Holy Trinity. In Jesus the divine and human nature are joined but neither is changed or diminished. This difficult doctrine gave rise to a variety of heresies, some denying Jesus's divine nature, others his human nature. For orthodox believers the conflict was settled at the Councils of Nicaea (AD 325) and Chalcedon (AD 451)
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The process of healing wounds and filling the part with new flesh; granulation
The belief that in Jesus Christ, God became a human being
The union of the second person of the Godhead with manhood in Christ
(Backup and Recovery Concepts)
The term for the Christian teaching that God became man in Jesus Christ It comes from the Latin for "in flesh"
The process by which the God Christ took on human form and became a man
a new personification of a familiar idea; "the embodiment of hope"; "the incarnation of evil"; "the very avatar of cunning"
The taking on of human form and nature by Jesus Christ The event of God taking on flesh
{i} manifestation of a deity or spirit in an earthly form; body or form into which a soul is placed; being made incarnate; person or thing manifesting a certain quality or idea; certain form or state
the belief that God took human form in Jesus
literally, "enfleshed " The taking on of a human shape or nature by a divinity See also Avatar
time passed in a particular bodily form; "he believes that his life will be better in his next incarnation"
The Christian doctrine asserting that the prehuman Son of God became flesh, the man Jesus of Nazareth, to reveal the divine will to humanity-a doctrine based largely on the Logos hymn that opens the fourth Gospel (John 1: 1-18, especially 1: 14; see also Col 1: 15-20; 2: 9-15; Phil 2: 5-11; Heb 1: 1-4; 2: 14-18)
the act of attributing human characteristics to abstract ideas etc
(Christianity) the Christian doctrine of the union of God and man in the person of Jesus Christ
"in" + "flesh" term used to describe Christ who is God taking on a "tent " John 1: 14 See Lecture on Incarnation
An incarnate form; a personification; a manifestation; a reduction to apparent from; a striking exemplification in person or act
the term used for Christ in His earthly state; literally a description of God having assumed a human body and soul
incarn
To heal; to cover with flesh or to become covered with flesh
incarn
To become flesh, to incarnate
ıncarnation
{n} the act of assuming a human body
be the incarnation of
be the embodiment of
incarn
To develop flesh
incarn
To cover or invest with flesh
incarnations
plural of incarnation
incarnation

    Расстановка переносов

    in·car·na·tion

    Турецкое произношение

    înkärneyşın

    Произношение

    /ənˈkärˈnāsʜən/ /ɪnˈkɑːrˈneɪʃən/

    Этимология

    [ "in-(")kär-'nA-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English incarnacion Old French incarnatiun Medieval Latin incarnatio Late Latin incarnari (“to be made flesh”); see incarnate.

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