Incarnation is a religious concept whereby a god or other divine being takes on human form.

In Christianity, the Incarnation refers to God becoming man in the person of Jesus Christ. Some believers describe this as "fully God, fully man"; see Trinity. The Christian Incarnation is generally opposed by Unitarians.

In Hinduism, an incarnation of a god is called an avatar.

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