Consubstantialist

Con`sub`stan´tial`ist


n.1.One who believes in consubstantiation.
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As Edward Gibbon put it: "The Consubstantialists, who by their success have deserved and obtained the title of Catholics, gloried in the simplicity and steadiness of the their own creed, and insulted the repeated variations of their adversaries, who were destitute of any certain rule of faith" (1: 687).