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Definition of Coessential

Coessential
Coessential Co`es*sen"tial, a. Partaking of the same essence. -- Co`es*sen"tial*ly, adv. We bless and magnify that coessential Spirit, eternally proceeding from both [The Father and the Son]. --Hooker.

Meaning of Coessential from wikipedia

- Consubstantiality (Latin: consubstantialitas), or coessentiality (Latin: coessentialitas), is a notion in Christian theology referring to the common properties...
- English terms coessential and consubstantial. Some modern scholars have pointed out that Gr**** term homoousios is properly translated as coessential, while consubstantial...
- in Gr**** ousia, that is, to make it understood more exactly, as to 'coessential,' or what is called, 'like-in-essence,' there ought to be no mention...
- absence, absent, absentaneous, absentee, adessive, antessive, apudessive, coessential, disinterest, ens, entitative, entity, essence, essential, essive, exessive...
- in Gr**** ousia, that is, to make it understood more exactly, as to 'coessential', or what is called, 'like-in-essence', there ought to be no mention...
- in Gr**** ousia, that is, to make it understood more exactly, as to 'coessential,' or what is called, 'like-in-essence,' there ought to be no mention...
- 1:1), in which the Logos is further understood to be uncreated and coessentially divine with God (that is, the Father), was affirmed in 325 at the First...
- and 1992 he received Guggenheim and DAAD fellowships in Berlin. 1977: Coessential 1980: Terrain 1983: Cargo Cult Revival (Rift) 1984: Full House (Moers...
- in Gr**** ousia, that is, to make it understood more exactly, as to 'coessential,' or what is called, 'like-in-essence,' there ought to be no mention...
- in Gr**** ousia, that is, to make it understood more exactly, as to 'coessential,' or what is called, 'like-in-essence,' there ought to be no mention...
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