The Incarnation : God Becomes Man…


IncarnationGlenn Fairman takes on the role as “Everyman,” as he eloquently describes what Christmas is all about. One of the finest, straight-forward illustrations that I have witnessed in a long, long time …

Although we are not privy to the knowledge of other races that might inhabit the vast stretches of space and time, we are informed by revelation that Man was formed from the dust of the ground and blessed with that ineffable spark of God’s divine spirit. We are told that Adam spoke face to face with God — walking with Him in the coolness of the Garden, until his disobedience allowed iniquity to enter in and severed the precious link between Creator and created that arose from the tainted well of his freedom. Man was born to rule, but in striking out on his own with a formidable intellectual reason uncoupled from his irreplaceable source of Wisdom and Light, he tasted bitterly the fruits of his folly. Soon, humanity learned the indignities of servitude and death that arrived by grim necessity through the course of their desire for an ill-considered emancipation. The quality of Libertarian freedom is inseparable from true love; and in order for Men to truly love and thrive in concordance with their design, they require both the free moral capacity for choice and the Divine Wisdom that allows them to distinguish between the sour and the sweet. Having turned away from the latter, man went his own way and found that such a cruel and sterile autonomy meant an inexorable descent into the soul’s own terminal sickness unto death.

The Incarnation, God Becomes Man continues…

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