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Encyclopedia > Feast of the Incarnation

A Feast of the Incarnation is generally celebrated on the date on which that particular incarnation is thought to have entered the material world via live birth. However in some traditions, notably Christianity, the actual date of birth may be lost and another significant date substituted instead for this celebration.


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Incarnation (Christianity) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (392 words)
The doctrine of the Incarnation of Christ is central to the traditional Christian faith as held by the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and all Protestants.
The final definitions of the incarnation and the nature of Jesus were made by the early Church at the Council of Ephesus, the Council of Chalcedon and the First Council of Nicaea.
On the Incarnation by Saint Athanasius of Alexandria
The Incarnation (2452 words)
Once more, if the Father had been incarnate, He must have suffered and died; for that is the end of the incarnation, that the Person incarnate, might obey, suffer, and die, in the room of sinners; so Christ suffered in the flesh, and was put to death in the flesh.
Thirdly, The causes of the incarnation, efficient and moving, or to whom and what it is to be ascribed; and the final cause, for the sake of whom, and what.
The moving cause of the incarnation of Christ, is the love of the Father, and of the Son, to mankind.
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