enflesh

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enflesh

(ɪnˈflɛʃ)
vb (tr)
1. to grow flesh or give a flesh-like form to
2. to ingrain
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The first move to an embodied doctrine of God is signaled by the inaugural hymn of Genesis where the Creator Spirit (ruah) breathes the world into existence and thereby enfleshes itself in the creation and maintenance of the natural order.
From this viewpoint, as the God who knows death through the cross of Jesus is the crucified God, so also is the Spirit who enfleshes divine presence in nature the wounded Spirit.
God particularizes, enfleshes, God's very self to an insignificant woman (Mary), in an insignificant place (Galilee), through an insignificant religious tradition (Judaism).
enfleshes the anthropological framework with the revelation and insights of Pauline spirituality, the new law and freedom, and the sacramental graces of the liturgy.
40) Because of its unobjectifiable immediacy and mutuality, the body-subject of Christ is the zone of an intersubjectivity that "earths" and enfleshes faith's experience of the Risen One.
It is one thing to say you are "pro-life" but quite another to figure out a legal regime that enfleshes that commitment.
A careful consideration of academic questions and concerns about the historical Jesus is made more interesting as Barry enfleshes bare-boned stories of Jesus with his own insights and those of others.