Del wrote: ↑Wed Apr 25, 2018 3:00 pmJesus was God Incarnate from the moment of His conception. Mary said “Let it be done,” and God entered His creation.FredS wrote: ↑Wed Apr 25, 2018 10:14 amHmmmmmmmmmm . . .Do you know if Catholicism holds that Jesus was incarnate in the womb or only after He was born? There were certainly other miracles while He was fully human so it's not unreasonable that He could have been fully human in the womb and still have been miraculously delivered out of it.
I suppose that's the case, but if He was not born the way every other human has been born He sort of skipped over a pretty important part of humanhood.j1n wrote: ↑Wed Apr 25, 2018 3:02 pmBut isn't it pretty widely believed (by Catholics and Protestants too) that Jesus was always fully God and fully man? That's what I believe. It's difficult to wrap my head around (sorta like the concept of God being three in one and the concept of "eternity" or "forever". I guess I just chalk it up to being a mystery, and that our understanding isn't anywhere near as deep as God's.