Rejection of the Incarnation
"No son did God beget,Nor is there any godAlong with Him: (if there wereMany gods), behold, each godWould have taken awayWhat he had created,And some would haveLorded it over others!"(Sñra xxiii. 91.)"Had God wishedTo take to Himself A son, He could haveChosen whom He pleasedOut of those whom HeDoth create: but GloryBe to Him! (He is aboveSuch things.) He is God,The One, the Irresistible."(Sñra xxxix. 4.)"If anyone does not confess properly and trulyin accord with the holy Fathers that theFather, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost [area] Trinity in unity, and a unity in Trinity, thatis, one God in three subsistences,consubstantial and of equal glory, one and thesame Godhead, nature, substance, virtue,power, kingdom, authority, will, operation of the three, uncreated, without beginning,incomprehensible, immutable, creator andprotector of all things, let him becondemned."
(Lateran Council can.1. CD 254)
Acceptance of the Dogma of the Incarnation
"Who, being in the form of God, thought itnot robbery to be equal with God:
Butemptied Himself, taking the form of aservant, being made in the likeness of men,and in habit found as a man.
He humbledHimself, becoming obedient unto death, evento the death of the Cross."
(ii Philippians 6-8.)
"For there is one God; and one mediator of God and men, the Man Christ Jesus."
(i Timothy ii. 5.)
"And, if Christ be not risen again, then is ourpreaching vain; and your faith is also vain."
(i Corinthians xv. 14.)
"But the Author of life you killed, Whom Godhath raised from the dead; of which we arewitnesses."
(Acts iii. 15.)
"And finally the only begotten Son of God,Jesus Christ, incarnate by the whole Trinity incommon, conceived of Mary ever Virgin withthe Holy Ghost cooperating, made true man,formed of a rational soul and human flesh,one Person in two natures, clearly pointed outthe way of life. And although He according todivinity is immortal and impassible, the verysame according to humanity was madepassible and mortal, who, for the salvation of