Christ was uniquely part divine and part mortal. The Almighty was his father, the woman Mary was his mother.
Christ is called the Word: “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.”
Revelation is also called the word of God.
Revelation is from the Almighty and is therefore part divine. It is also part mortal: The scriptures tell us that God speaks to mortals line upon line and according to their language; we filter and express divine inspiration through our own tendencies and inklings. God speaks to us and through us. That’s not the only way that revelation has a mortal parent. The scriptures tell us that we are co-enterprisers in revelation, since it often only comes when we study and ask. Revelation, whether public or private, requires a willing, laboring human host and takes the imprint of that host.
[Ed.: revised for clarity]