Incarnation of God is not Inconsistent with the Jewish Religion One of the problems in the world today is religious wars, debates, and arguments that continue to cause extreme friction in the world. Often these fights are caused by misunderstanding between major religions, such as Christianity and the Jews. One example is: Can it be stated that the incarnation of God is not inconsistent with the Jewish religion? Christianity and Jews have debated this topic for years because they both believe differently, yet have they carefully examined these areas with an open mind? In order to understand that the incarnation of God is not inconsistent with the Jewish religion, take a look at the fact God has a body, the Hebrew Bible should not be...The end:
.....y Michael Wyschogrod (208). God continues to love the Jews today because they continue to be His chosen people. The idea of incarnation of God is not inconsistent with the Jewish religion or the Christian religion because God has spatial and human characteristics. The discussion has shown that if people believe Jesus is “in” Christians, the possibility can be accepted that God is “in” the Jewish people and that this is a form of incarnation like the birth of Jesus. Personally, Christians must remember the Jews were God’s chosen people. Many religious wars, debates, and arguments could be avoided if people had more open minds. Works Cited Wyschogrod, Michael. “A Jewish Perspective on Incarnation.” Modern Theology 12.2 (1996): 195-209. Print.