Italian Language/Short phrase


How do you say "God's forgiven son" in italian.

Hello Elias;

we say, literally, "(il) figlio perdonato di Dio":

(il)    figlio    perdonato      di      Dio
(the)  - son   -   forgiven  -  (of) -  God;

do you mean it in general or in a specific text, context or speech?
I hope this helps. Thank you for your question and please ask for more if you need details or further explanation.

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