mind is the spectator of all the ages-and-worlds.
Rather, as fully human and fully divine, in a union and not a confusion of natures, Jesus Christ is the Word of God enfleshed
as human creature.
The preached or prayed religion of an enfleshed
Word, Christianity professes ultimate rhetorical ambitions.
Both science and religion, she says, are enfleshed
, shaped and purified by skeptical communities.
It is the mystery enfleshed
in Jesus as love of every person, which embraces our Mary Rose and all the tragic brokenness of the human story.
The latter, the place of privileged encounter with the divine presence, yields to the enfleshed
Word who will send the Spirit of truth from the Father.
The goal: that everyone you come in contact with will have a tangible experience of the God enfleshed
God was enfleshed
in the human being Jesus of Nazareth, and because of that we recognize God's presence in all human flesh--even or perhaps especially in flesh that is broken and bleeding, even or perhaps especially in the bodies of women broken by fistula.
Mission structures are a kind of "theology on four wheels," enfleshed
demonstrations of a theoretical orientation to the world.
He centers his investigation on the importance of our bodies, reminding us that we are spirits enfleshed
and can really do nothing outside of this bodiliness.
The difficulty with this line of argument is that there seems to be little difference between the ontological (the foundation of reality) and the ontic (what we experience as real in the normal sense): to speak of divinity actually enfleshed
in Jesus (a traditional Christian view of the Incarnation) is to make the ontological the ontic.
It can be said that he has taken the bare bones of a philosophical hermeneutic of symbol, metaphor, narrative, and testimony and enfleshed
them, like Elijah, with the lives and voices of a particular people, an oppressed people, who, in the working out and coming to be of their own existence and their reality, have transformed theory into praxis.