Why God Became a Baby

There’s something about a baby. If introduced into a crowded room, people will want a glimpse. Conversations will stop, smiles will spread, and arms will reach out for a loving hug. Even the most demanding residents will be attracted to the child. Babies bring peace and joy—that’s what they do.

The central message of Christmas is that God has become a baby. The almighty Creator, the source of finite existence, the reason there is something more than nothing, has become an infant too weak to even raise his head. I’m sure everyone around Baby Jesus’ crib is doing what people always do with babies: laugh, coo, and make funny sounds. Surely they are also drawn closer together by their shared interest in the child.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-divine-magnetism-of-the-christ-child-baby-christmas-kid-children-joy-peace-infant-crib-11671817016 Why God Became a Baby

Edmund DeMarche

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