Incarnation

Incarnation, the humanisation of the Divine in the person of Christ, a doctrine vehemently opposed in the early times of the Church by both Jews and Gnostics, by the former as inconsistent with the greatness of God, and by the latter as inconsistent with the inbred depravity of man.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Incandescent Light * Incense
Imponderables
Impressionism
Impressment
Impropriation
Imputation
In Cæna Domini
Inachos
In-and-in
Inca
Incandescent Light
Incarnation
Incense
Inchbald, Elizabeth
Inchcolm
Inchkeith
Incitatus
Incledon, Charles Benjamin
Incorruptible, The
Increment, Unearned
Independence, Declaration of
Independence, The War of

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Alfaro-Y-Gamon, Juan D'
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Duval, Andrew
Evanson, Edward
Goodman, Godfrey
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