"episode known as the Incarnation"
The Baptism of Christ
Public DomainThe Baptism of Christ

The word Incarnation comes from the Latin terms 'in' (in, into) and 'carno' or 'carni' (flesh): 'to make into flesh' or 'to become flesh'. The official definition, according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, is 'the embodiment of a diety or spirit in some earthly form'.

The word refers to the Christian belief that Jesus is God in the flesh. John 1:14 says, 'the Word became flesh'; furthermore, the New Testament refers to the man, Jesus, as 'God and Saviour'.