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3e5917  No.3248

the Eternal Word became flesh at a point in time. Does this mean that, the second Person of the Trinity (He who is eternal and CANNOT change) allowed "time" (something He created) to change His nature?

bfed36  No.3249

How do you define nature?


3e5917  No.3253

>>3249

His humanity did not exist before the incarnation, unless the theophanies are, indeed, Christ Jesus.


bb63ca  No.3257

>>3253

They are, but that doesn't answer the question


3e5917  No.3266

>>3257

So the theophanies are the post-incarnate Word, the Second Person of the Trinity? So His Incarnation gave Him a human body eternally?


af2544  No.3268

>>3266

The theophanies are pre-incarnate. His resurrection body is also different, maybe the same as he was in the theophanies.

My main argument is that taking on human form in the old testament did not involve taking on human nature, which he did when born as a baby.




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