Divine filiation  

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Divine filiation is a Christian concept of becoming a "child of God". The concept implicates a share in the life and role of Jesus Christ. Divine filiation refers to the relationship between Jesus and God, specifically as the second person of the Trinity, "God the Son". The doctrine of the Trinity identifies Jesus of Nazareth as God.

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