Incarnation is the term that refers to the supernatural act of the triune God, whereby the eternal, divine Son, from the Father, by the agency of the Spirit, took into union with himself a complete human nature apart from sin. As a result, the Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, now and forevermore exists as one person in two natures, our only Lord and Savior.
This article will describe who Jesus is as God the Son incarnate in light of the Scriptural teaching and the Confessional orthodoxy of the Church. By developing five truths about the incarnation, starting with Jesus’ full deity as the eternal Son in relation to the Father and Spirit, and working from eternity to time, the identity of Christ and the nature of the incarnation will be described. To know Jesus rightly from Scripture, we must see who he is in relation to the doctrine of the Trinity, and the reason for the incarnation in light of the Bible’s entire redemptive storyline.
Christ's incarnation means peace on earth and mercy mild, God and sinners reconciled.
The significance of Bethlehem’s cradle lies in the sequence of steps that led God’s Son down to Calvary’s cross.
There, in the manger, is God for us.
If we do not understand the weight of the miracle of the incarnation of Christ, it is because we do not understand the weight of the holiness of God.
Ware’s greatest strength is his ability to ask deeply thought-provoking questions about Christ’s identity.
Like a good Christmas dinner, ‘God in Our Midst’ is a biblical feast.
This little book shines fresh light on God’s descent to earth. It would make a fantastic Christmas gift.
I’m glad my eyes have now been opened by this seminal, path-breaking book to those vital dimensions of the One who was and is the God-Man.