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You answered your question that Mary gave birth to Christ, full stop. This same Christ who walked the earth and was the child of Mary is the God-man. Mary gave birth to the one cohesive person who is Jesus Christ. The second hypostasis of the Trinity entered her womb and took flesh of her and made it his own. This is called the hypostatic union. ...


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The Trinity; or the God head; as we Baptist often refer has no material substance since He (as we often refer to God) is a Spirit. But does have substance in the Spiritual Realm. According to Merriam Webster: SUB'STANCE, n. [L. substantia, substo; sub and sto, to stand.] In a general sense, being; something existing by itself; that which ...


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There's a difference in quality here. The widow's son, Lazarus, and the dead girl were all raised from death back to a continuation of mortal life. They would live out their remaining time and eventually die (again) and be buried. Resurrection is something different entirely. Jesus was raised from death to immortality. In Luke chapter 24, when Jesus ...


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The Greek word θεός(1) may refer to the essence (οὐσία) of Yahveh, or to the person (ὑπόστασις) of Yahveh (i.e., to Yahveh Himself). "Yahveh" is the name of the person; θεός (or "god," אלהים, deus) is what Yavheh is (i.e., Aquinas' quidditas or Aristotle's τὸ τί ἦν εἶναι and/or secondary οὐσία). In his Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, §3.4, John of ...



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