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Why did the world become flesh?
March 04, 2008 4:08PM
The question appears unclear and without context. This could be a miss representation of a quote from the Gospel of John, which reads: "and the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us" (John 1:14) If this is such a misquote, then the answer is obvious: Jesus, the 2nd person of the Holy Trinity which makes up the the One God, became man, that is took on a human form, also refered to as "became flesh" so that all of humanity might be redeemed from our sins and be reconsiled to God, opening the possiblity of eternal joy in Heaven with God.