o'zida mujassamlantirgan, timsol bo'la oladigan
- mujassamlanadiinson qiyofasidaenkarneincarnating
Verb(1) make concrete and real(2) represent in bodily form
Adjective(1) possessing or existing in bodily form(2) invested with a bodily form especially of a human body
(1) The Son became incarnate , taking on human flesh.(2) Whoever this being was, he seemed to represent beauty incarnate .(3) The central symbol of much of the ancient pagan cult in biblical Canaan was the Ashera tree, symbol of the Goddess Ashera incarnate .(4) Here it is the incarnate God, who walked among us in human form, experiencing life as we do.(5) Trinity Sunday celebrates the belief in the incomprehensible mystery of God, not only as Spirit, but also as God creator and God incarnate .(6) Firstly, it is the incarnate Christ who reveals the Father, while yet veiling the sinner from God's burning holiness.(7) These were said to incarnate the spirit of their gods and their death was followed by a period of national mourning.(8) The belief that any human being was God incarnate runs afoul of those norms, as Greenberg seems to recognize at the end of his response.(9) This album is madness, suffering, pain, and sorrow incarnate .(10) Webb says his band is called not to create the newest, most innovative style of worship but to pursue excellence and incarnate Christ in the arena of music.(11) The Vera Icon clearly shows the humiliation and abjection of the incarnate Christ.(12) Herbert takes the incarnation with absolute literalness, often simply identifying the incarnate Christ with God.(13) For us and for our salvation he came down from heaven, was incarnate of the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary and became truly human.(14) That is ultimately what a virgin is, a woman who is free, and it is a free, blessed and happy humanity that is able to incarnate God.(15) This has shown that Christ's priesthood cannot be understood as either male or female, but as a priesthood of the incarnate Logos of God, who assumed the perfect human nature without the sin.(16) Actual terms [the concrete] never resemble the [virtual] singularities they incarnate .
1. in human form ::
2. in the flesh ::
3. in physical form ::
4. in bodily form ::
5. made flesh ::
6. corporeal ::
7. physical ::
8. fleshly ::
11. body forth ::
12. embody ::
13. substantiate ::
Different Formsincarnate, incarnated, incarnates, incarnating
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