Definition of enfleshment in English:

enfleshment

noun

literary

See enflesh

  • ‘To us, Canada's publicly funded health insurance plan is the enfleshment not only of Jesus’ healing ministry but also Catholic social teaching's commitment to the common good and the practice of solidarity.’
  • ‘Even according to classical dogmatic theology, Jesus Christ is the enfleshment in history of the Second Person of the Trinity.’
  • ‘His birth was nothing less than the enfleshment of God the Son, in which the divine and human natures were united in the one person.’
  • ‘More important, even most important, I think, was the enfleshment of virtual friendships and virtual words.’