Chapter 2: Incarnation

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  • Incarnation
    • Incarnate: God taking on human form in Jesus
      • Incarnation teaches us that God took on the limitations of a human condition
        • Symbols Represent faith and religion. Tradition. The things they still symbolise are still relevant today
          • Incarnation
            • Incarnate: God taking on human form in Jesus
              • Incarnation teaches us that God took on the limitations of a human condition
                • Symbols Represent faith and religion. Tradition. The things they still symbolise are still relevant today
              • Immaculate Conception: Mary's formation in her mother's womb. She was born without sin
                • Virgin birth:when Jesus was born of the virgin Mary, and had a human mother but not a human father
                  • Joseph was chosen to be the guardian and protector of Mary
              • Jesus is God's word that could be seen, heard and touched in human form. Jesus is God's love spoken in human form
              • Jesus admitted himself to being the Son of God. Jesus was tempted, suffered and died. He is 100% divine and 100% human
      • Immaculate Conception: Mary's formation in her mother's womb. She was born without sin
        • Virgin birth:when Jesus was born of the virgin Mary, and had a human mother but not a human father
          • Joseph was chosen to be the guardian and protector of Mary
      • Jesus is God's word that could be seen, heard and touched in human form. Jesus is God's love spoken in human form
      • Jesus admitted himself to being the Son of God. Jesus was tempted, suffered and died. He is 100% divine and 100% human
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