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v t e New Testament people Jesus Christ In Christianity Historical Life in the New Testament Gospels Individuals Alphaeus Anna the Prophetess Annas Barabbas Bartimaeus Blind man (Bethsaida) Caiaphas Man born blind ("Celidonius") Cleopas Clopas Devil Penitent thief ("Dismas") Elizabeth Gabriel Impenitent thief ("Gestas") Jairus' daughter Joanna John the Baptist Joseph Joseph of Arimathea Joses Jude Lazarus Legion Luke Lysanias Malchus Martha Mary, mother of Jesus Mary Magdalene Mary, mother of James Mary of Bethany Mary of Clopas Naked fugitive Son of Nain's widow Nathanael Nicodemus(Nicodemus ben Gurion) Salome Samaritan woman Simeon Simon, brother of Jesus Simon of Cyrene Simon the Leper Simon the Pharisee Susanna Syrophoenician woman Theophilus Zacchaeus Zebedee Zechariah Groups Angels Jesus's brothers Demons Disciples Evangelists Female disciples of Jesus God-fearers Herodians Magi Myrrhbearers Nameless Pharisees Proselytes Sadducees Samaritans Sanhedrin Scribes Seventy disciples Shepherds Zealots Apostles Andrew Bartholomew James of Alphaeus(James the Less) James of Zebedee John Evangelist Patmos "Disciple whom Jesus loved" Judas Iscariot Jude Thaddeus Matthew Philip Simon Peter Simon the Zealot Thomas Acts Aeneas Agabus Ananias (Damascus) Ananias (Judaea) Ananias son of Nedebeus Apollos Aquila Aristarchus Barnabas Blastus Cornelius Demetrius Dionysius Dorcas Elymas Egyptian Ethiopian eunuch Eutychus Gamaliel James, brother of Jesus Jason Joseph Barsabbas Judas Barsabbas Judas of Galilee Lucius Luke Lydia Manaen (John) Mark Evangelist cousin of Barnabas Mary, mother of (John) Mark Matthias Mnason Nicanor Nicholas Parmenas Paul Philip Priscilla Prochorus Publius Rhoda Sapphira Sceva Seven Deacons Silas/ Silvanus Simeon Niger Simon Magus Sopater Sosthenes Stephen Theudas Timothy Titus Trophimus Tychicus Romans Herod's family Gospels Antipas Archelaus Herod the Great Herodias Longinus Philip Pilate Pilate's wife Quirinius Salome Tiberius Acts Agrippa Agrippa II Berenice Cornelius Drusilla Felix Festus Gallio Lysias Paullus Epistles Achaicus Alexander Andronicus Archippus Aretas IV Crescens Demas Diotrephes Epaphras Epaphroditus Erastus Eunice Euodia and Syntyche Herodion Hymenaeus Jesus Justus John the Presbyter Junia Lois Mary Michael Nymphas Olympas Onesimus Onesiphorus Philemon Philetus Phoebe Quartus Sosipater Tertius Revelation Antipas Four Horsemen Apollyon Two witnesses Woman Beast Three Angels Whore of Babylon v t e Jesus Historicity Chronology of Jesus Genealogy of Jesus Historical Jesus Quest for the historical Jesus portraits sources Josephus on Jesus Tacitus mention Mara bar Serapion letter Historicity Gospels race and appearance Life events Birth Nativity Mary Joseph Flight into Egypt Childhood Unknown years Baptism Temptation Apostles selecting Great Commission Ministry Sermon on the Mount Plain Prayers Lord's Prayer Parables Miracles Transfiguration Homelessness Last Supper Passion arrest trial Crucifixion sayings on the cross Tomb Resurrection Ascension New Testament Gospels Matthew Mark Luke John Gospel harmony Oral gospel traditions Life of Jesus in the New Testament Historical background of the New Testament New Testament places associated with Jesus Names and titles of Jesus in the New Testament Culture Language of Jesus Bibliography Films Christianity Christ Christianity Christology Depictions of Jesus art Jesus in Christianity pre-existence incarnation Relics associated with Jesus Scholastic Lutheran Christology Second Coming Session of Christ Other views Brothers of Jesus Jesuism Jesus in comparative mythology Christ myth theory Jesus in Islam Ahmadiyya Jesus in Scientology Judaism's view of Jesus in the Talmud Master Jesus Religious perspectives on Jesus Criticism William Macintosh Publishers, London, 1864ppSeverus, the Patriarch of Antioch (c

The Life and Ministry of Jesus: The Gospels, 2007The two natures, divine and human, are distinct, but inseparably united in the one personThe True Meaning of Christmas28:18; Eph324 ^ Redford, DouglasThe doctrine of the Incarnation touches and influences every area of Christian theologyChronology of Jesus Gospel harmony Great Commission Holy Name of Jesus Life of Jesus in the New Testament Names and titles of Jesus in the New Testament ISBN 0-86554-373-9, pChristians predominantly hold that these works are historically true.[12]

and Roger Aubrey BullardISBN 1-931018-31-6, pp.63-68 ^ Toussaint, Stanley DThis creed enunciates the orthodox doctrine of the Incarnation (specifically Christ’s two natures) in the following manner:Mormonism[edit]ISBN 1-57383-008-9The Incarnation is commemorated and celebrated each year at Christmas, and also reference can be made to the Feast of the Annunciation; "different aspects of the mystery of the Incarnation" are celebrated at Christmas and the Annunciation.[4]An exposition of the epistle of Saint Paul to the Philippians, 1995p.67

Harris and John Jefferson Davis).8See also: New Testament places associated with JesusDivinely revealed truth may indeed move above reason, but never against reason, for God is the source and ground of rationality itselfThe Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church^ National Interest - Archbishop Peter Carnley ^ Ignatius makes many passing references, but two extended discussions are found in the Letter to the Trallians and the Letter to the Smyrnaeans26:12) Bones (Luke 24:39) Flesh (Luke 24:39) Blood (MattPost-Reformation Arians such as William Whiston often held a view of the Incarnation in keeping with the personal pre-existence of Christ

It is this truth that sets Christianity apart from all other religions of the world (including Judaism and Islam)The doctrine of the Incarnation is at the heart of the biblical message for it reveals the person and nature of the Lord and Savior Jesus ChristJesus and the Gospels: An Introduction and SurveyWithout diminishing his divinity, he added to it all that is involved in being human.[8] In Christian belief it is understood that Jesus was at the same time both fully God and fully human, two persons in one nature.[9] The body of Christ was therefore subject to all the bodily weaknesses to which human nature is universally subject; such are hunger (Matt.4:2), thirst (John 19:28), fatigue (John 4:6), pain, and deathThe opening words in the Gospel of Mark (1:1), "The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God", provide Jesus with the two distinct attributions as Christ and as the Son of God132-133 ^ Cox, Steven L., Kendell H EasleyChristian View of God and the World by James Orr Enter your search query for this bookApollinarianism: Following Apollinarius (born ca13711:3-4, 13-14; Gal 5d8a9798ff

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