[1] Likewise, it is taught that God the Son became a human being, born of the pure Virgin Mary, [2] and that the two natures, the divine and the human, are so inseparably united in one person that there is one Christ. He is true God and true human being who truly [3] “was born, suffered, was crucified, died, and was buried” in order both to be a sacrifice not only for original sin but also for all other sins and to conciliate God’s wrath. [4] Moreover, the same Christ “descended into hell, truly rose from the dead on the third day, ascended into heaven, is sitting at the right hand of God” in order to rule and reign forever over all creatures, [5] so that through the Holy Spirit he may make holy, purify, strengthen, and comfort all who believe in him, also distribute to them life and various gifts and benefits, [6] and shield and protect them against the devil and sin. Finally, the same Lord Christ “will come” in full view of all “to judge the living and the dead …,” according to the Apostles’ Creed. Rejected are all heresies that are opposed to this article.

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