A Debate about the Mythical Christian Claim of Incarnation
Incarnation, in the Christian belief system, is: their claim that Allah, out of mercy and compassion toward His servants, bestowed His word upon the Virgin Mary, this word became flesh in her womb, and she bore a complete god, from a complete god (according to their false claims and blasphemous lies).
Thus, it should be said to them: The word bestowed upon the Virgin Mary by God, which became flesh in her womb, and emerged a complete god (as they say)—is it of the same Divine Essence or is this word an addition to it?
If they say: It is the same essence.
It should be said to them: Then, say, "He bestowed Himself," don't say "His Word" (to rebuke them and refute their lies).
If they say: The word is an addition to the essence.
It should be said to them: Is it separate from the essence or is it not separate?
If they say: It is separate.
It should be said to them: Then, you must admit that the Divine Essence changes, because if something separated from it, God cannot be described with the constitutive element of knowledge after it had once been described as such.
And if they say: It is not separate.
It should be said to them: Then, it is impossible for this word to be incarnate in Mary's womb, because one cannot occupy the space of two, in accordance with their lies and to refute the lies, myths and conjectures they claim.