Redemption Took a God Man
‘Through the human nature which is perceived, the divinity which is not perceived is worshipped and that is Christ, God is Man and Man is God.’ (Kent Emanuel, The True christian Religion. JMDent and Sons 1933. p153).
No wonder Jesus said, “He who has seen me has seen the Father. “ No wonder men worship him. The idea of God becoming man to save man and offer complete redemption is a just idea. For if redemption is man’s then the act of love, justice and mercy which is characteristic of man necessitates that God himself become flesh. If he bore not these human attributes he could not give man that which man requires, forgiveness, hope, compassion and salvation. Only in God becoming man can God give man that which is of man to make man complete and completely redeemed.