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How could the incarnation of Christ bring salvation to mankind? (GC # 31)

In Christianity, the word "incarnation" is used to express the idea that Jesus Christ has come to earth in human form.

Jesus is divine, but he also assumed a human body to identify with humanity. (John 1: 1; Colossians 1:16)

Unlike any other human being, Jesus lived in a human body but did not sin.

The resurrection of Jesus is also unique. He raised others from the dead during his life, but only Jesus came back to life under his own power. His resurrection is possible only because He took the human form and died first.

The incarnation is valuable to humanity because in it we discover a God who loves us so much that he came to earth and took human form for our benefit, ultimately, to renounce his life to pay for our sins and offer us eternal life with the.

And how do you think about the incarnation of Christ and salvation to humanity?

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Mankind has salvation through the reincarnation of Christ as John 3:16 states: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not get lost, but have life eternal. ”

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