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This half term the key question for R.E has been: 


 How do Christians show their belief that Jesus is God incarnate?


Incarnation is the traditional Christian belief that God came into the world in human flesh in the person of Jesus Christ. The first Christians believed Jesus was more than just a good man, healer, teacher or prophet but trying to put into words what they had experienced of this incredible man was like trying to catch the wind. Eventually they expressed their belief by stating that Jesus was both fully human and fully God (divine).

This week, Year 6 were fortunate enough to visit Vicar Sue Nutt at our local church, St Gregory's Church. Vicar Sue discussed the term 'incarnate' and then pointed out various pieces of items (belonging to the church) that show that Christians believe that Jesus is God incarnate. Take a look at some of the pictures: