The doctrine of the incarnation is the belief that Elohim (God) has disclosed His Divine Self in human reality in the person and work of Yah'shua the Messiah (Jesus Christ). The English word is derived from the Latin, incarnatio, which means to 'take on flesh' (John 1:14). What this means is that Yah'shua (Jesus) was both Divine and an authentic human being in hypostatic union as one single existence. The articles on this page expand and comment upon this central mystery and core teaching of the Christian/Messianic faith.
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