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Definition of Coessentiality

Coessentiality
Coessentiality Co`es*sen`ti*al"i*ty (? or ?; 106), n. Participation of the same essence. --Johnson.

Meaning of Coessentiality from wikipedia

- Consubstantiality, a term derived from Latin consubstantialitas, denotes identity of substance or essence in spite of difference in aspect. It appears...
- substance with the Father." From ὁμοούσιος (coessential), the theological term ὁμοουσιότης (coessentiality) was also derived. It was used by Gr****-speaking...
- soul into an animal body. In Mandaeism, Leviathan is regarded as being coessential with a demon called Ur. In Manichaeism, an ancient religion influenced...
- 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...
- is anything understood (to be) in conjunction with Him which is not coessential with Him. Do you see, then, that the first and fourth forms of nature...
- 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...
- 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...
- absence, absent, absentaneous, absentee, adessive, antessive, apudessive, coessential, disinterest, ens, entitative, entity, essence, essential, essive, exessive...