The Christological pro-life argument

Luke Stamps last Christmas in an article for the ERLC:

Consider that the central claim of the Christian faith is the belief that God the Son—the eternal Second Person of the Godhead—became a human being in the womb of the Virgin Mary. As the classic Christmas carol O Come All Ye Faithful” puts it, God of God, Light of Light; Lo, he abhors not the Virgin’s womb!” God the Son became a human being by taking to himself a complete human nature: a true body and a rational soul (see the Definition of the Council of Chalcedon, AD 451).


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December 27, 2016 · Church · Christmas · luke stamps · abortion · incarnation · Christology

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