Edward Reynolds on Christ assuming a human nature

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In like manner, did the eternal Son of God assume, into the subsistence of his own infinite person, the whole nature of man, the body and the soul; by the virtue of which wonderful union, notwithstanding the properties of the divine nature remain absolutely intransient and incommunicable unto the human; yet are there shed, from that inexhaustible fountain, many high and glorious endowments, by which the humanity under this manner of subsistence is anointed, consecrated, sealed, and set apart for that work of incomprehensible love and power, the redemption of the world. ...

For the reference, see Edward Reynolds on Christ assuming a human nature.