“Furthermore, though He is a man, He is not merely a man. He is infinite and eternal. He is–by very nature–God (Hebrews 1). He has both a divine and a human nature. Since He is human, He can represent humans on the cross. Since He is God, His value is infinite. (“If Jesus died and stayed dead for two days and rose on the third, how is that enough to atone for the sins of the past, present, and future?” https://carm.org/atone-past-present-future)
There’s not much I need to write about this quote. I just ask that you look at it. There is a glaring contradiction there.
“He is a man …”
What is man? A limited being, a dying being. A human is caught in time and trapped in it, living every moment, one by one.
“He is infinite and eternal.”
God is unlimited and, being eternal, can never die. Being the Creator of time. he cannot be confined to it. The Creator is forever the Creator. And the created are forever the created.
Now note that. The unlimited limit? The dying immortal? Ending infinity?
Let me be so blunt with you!
This ain’t a mystery. There’s nothing mysterious about it. It’s a total contradiction. The phrase “God incarnate” is an oxymoron.