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“Perhaps we need to call December 25th the Celebration of the Incarnation, to greet each other with Incarnation greetings – instead of “Happy Holidays” or “Merry Christmas” we could shout, “God chose flesh!” “God became one of us!”

“The Feast of the Incarnation is the time to dance to the descending scales of God’s throwing off omnipotence.

The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us – God closer than close. That’s what we could be celebrating. This is the Christmas story as it should be told. This naked God is the path to God.” (Ashcroft, Christianity Today, 12-8-97)

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