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God·man

(god'măn),
John D., U.S. anatomist, 1794-1830. See: Godman fascia.
References in classic literature ?
That is, that you make Him the man-god, and not the God-man.
This God-Man looked beyond his suffering and saw the needs of his mother.
If Catholic culture is the outgrowth of Christian humanism, and if that humanism is founded upon the doctrine of Christ, remove the God-man, and the edifice crumbles" (p 52).
As contributor Thomas Senor writes, "while the doctrine of the God-man certainly stirs the soul, it just as surely confounds the mind, and in many ways and along a host of different dimensions.
Biggar dissected the posts and moments later the Ospreys were let off the hook as God-man fired a simple penalty wide.
That is particularly useful to theologians interested in recovering the full humanity of Jesus or liberating him from the dogma that made him a God-Man.
She explains that while Russian society was captivated by religious questions in general and the person of Jesus Christ in particular between 1863 and 1917, the Orthodox dogma of Jesus Christ as God-Man was challenged by competing visions of Jesus as a historical figure, moral teacher, social reformer, or revolutionary.
While the former sees the divinity of the Christ through the eyes of faith, and so allows one to experience the sufferings of the God-Man, the latter rejects the obvious manifestations of divinity, unable to see past its threat to the power of darkness.
The apostle Paul, specifying the teaching and work of the god-man Jesus Christ, will stress for the Christian community of Ephesus: "Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands, as to the Lord" (Eph.
The Fuhrer cult and the Nazi ideology of race were severely attacked: "Should any man dare, in sacrilegious disregard of the essential differences between God and his creature, between the God-man and the children of man, to place a mortal, were he the greatest of all times, by the side of, or over, or against, Christ, he would deserve to be called the prophet of nothingness, to whom the terrifying words of scripture would be applicable: 'He that dwelleth in heaven shall laugh at them' (Psalms 2: 3).
Southwell, Lamont, Di Rollo, Dewey (Henderson, 76), Paterson, God-man (Walker, 58), Cusiter (Lawson, 70), Callam (Hogg, 49), Brown, Taylor, S Murray (Hamilton, 73), Hines, E Murray (Jacobsen, 38), Hall (Ford, 57), Kerr.
The God-Man presents Spearman's exploration of the seeming contradiction between multiple personalities in the Godhead and the divine nature of Lord Jesus Christ.