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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A term derived from the Latin word for “flesh”, carnem, and refers to the doctrine developed during the Christological disputes of the 4th-6th centuries regarding the nature of Christ and the relationship between his divinity and humanity. Traditional Christianity adopted the concept that Jesus has two natures and is fully divine and fully human. This term only applies to Christ and has nothing to do with other humans or with reincarnation.

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