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The incarnate word of God is a person named Jesus. The written word of God, inspired by the Spirit, is generally identified as a book named the Bible. There are debates over what should be considered inspired, but there's also a common core. They seem to me to have completely different natures, and so are very easy to distinguish.
Does the Catholic Church teach that Jesus' human nature was created? It's perfectly Catholic and Orthodox to say that Christ the man is a creature. Because it's referring to one of His two natures, that's what incarnation about. Unless God became man we wouldn't be able to become deified, theosis. We're created, if He is not becoming us there is no Gospel. ...
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