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Being Human

Dec 27, 2022

Welcome to Episode 106 of the Being Human Podcast: The Psychology of the Incarnation

This week, we’re doing something new! In this episode, taken from an introductory lecture in our new Certification, Dr. Greg offers a brief reflection on the Incarnation - God made man - and explains why it matters for more than just our spiritual life. 

Discussed in this episode:

  • What it means that Christ reveals man to himself; 
  • The importance of reflecting on Jesus as an incarnate person who had flesh and blood and a brain; 
  • Our tendency to overemphasize Christ’s divinity while losing a sense of his humanity; 
  • Jesus as the bridge between the divinity of God and our humanity; 
  • What it means to follow Christ and what’s required to do so;
  • The uniqueness of each person and their particular mission;
  • Victor Frankl’s experience and the importance of having meaning in one’s life.  


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