Definition of Impartation. Meaning of Impartation. Synonyms of Impartation

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Definition of Impartation

Impartation Im`par*ta"tion, n. The act of imparting, or the thing imparted. The necessity of this impartation. --I. Taylor.

Meaning of Impartation from wikipedia

- do not call them 'sacraments ' because they believe these rituals are outward expressions of faith, rather than impartations of god's grace .
- curriculum and in those departments which but for the impartation of the various accomplishments which so generally adorn the young women of the day.
- critic david duncan commented at bryan zanisnik's work that 'its comical impartation of dubious history and catalogue of trivial
- in this impartation of absolving mysteries consist, according to the fourth book, the work of jesus upon earth. for which end he brings
- the personal presence and self-impartation of christ in the lord's supper were especially important for melanchthon; but he did not
- believed that imparted righteousness worked in tandem with imputed righteousness . become righteous (by impartation or im****tion), in
- 'the impartation of christ's righteousness presupposes a union with him robert dabney while avoiding deification said that the bond of
- it was through his efforts that a prominent madrasa for impartation of islamic education of religious sciences was established in deoband
- spiritual disciplines, but by god’s self-revelation, god’s self-impartation. the words “it pleased god to reveal his son in me,” which
- received the wide support of the goan intelligentsia he advocated the impartation of primary school education in konkani, and blamed the