Category: 1 OUTLINES IN DOCTRINAL THEOLOGY

GENUS MAJESTATICUM § 104. Again, though the human nature in the person of Christ remains truly human, yet all the divine properties and perfections and the honor and glory thereto pertaining 1  are as truly communicated to His human nature, …

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GENUS APOTELESMATICUM   §105. The personal union of the two natures in Christ, the assumption of the human nature by the divine nature in one person, has taken place for the purpose of the salvation of mankind,1 and in the …

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IMPECCABILITY OF CHRIST   §106. While the human nature of Christ was and is at all times truly human, it was at all times free from every taint of original 1 or actual 2 sin and absolutely impeccable,3 and therefore …

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STATES OF CHRIST § 107. Though the human nature of Christ was at all times essentially the same, Christ was not at all times in the same state, but to a certain period of time in a state of humiliation, …

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STATE OF HUMILIATION   §108. The state of humiliation 1 was that state in which Christ, according to His human nature, 2 personally united with His divine nature, voluntarily, 3 and in a measure which was requisite for the performance …

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STAGES OF HUMILIATION §109. The stages of Christ’s humiliation were his conception, birth, suffering, death, and burial.  

CONCEPTION OF CHRIST §110. The conception of Christ, by the Holy Ghost, 1 in the virgin Mary, 2 whereby the Son of God 3 assumed a human nature, 4 was the beginning of His humiliation, not 5 inasmuch as it …

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BIRTH OF CHRIST § 111. The birth of Christ, the God-man, 1 was a truly natural birth in great poverty, 2 Christ, true God and man, 3 being thereby born at the time 4 and place 5 predicted by the …

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SUFFERING OF CHRIST   § 112. The suffering of Christ, the God-man, 1 was real suffering 2 of body 3 and soul, 4 in obedience to the Father’s will, 5 that He might make atonement for our disobedience 6 and …

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DEATH OF CHRIST §113. The death of Christ, the God-man, 1 an ignominious death on the cross, 2 was not a termination of His natural life in the course of nature, 3 but a violent, 4 though on His part …

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