coeternal


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co·e·ter·nal

 (kō′ĭ-tûr′nəl)
adj.
Equally or jointly eternal.

co′e·ter′nal·ly adv.

coeternal

(ˌkəʊɪˈtɜːnəl)
adj
existing together eternally
ˌcoeˈternally adv
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Hail holy light, ofspring of Heav'n first-born, Or of th' Eternal Coeternal beam May I express thee unblam'd?
Moreover, the Supreme Being includes no contingency regarding the causation of the demiurgic Creator; because being the Source of all existence, He is coexistent and coeternal with the 'Suns', His eternal heavenly manifestations, one of whom is Mbumba Lowa, the creator of our universe.
13) Matter is therefore not uncreated or coeternal with God.
Muslims too may wonder if Derrida's claim that messianicity supersedes even Quranic revelation, or belief in an uncreated and coeternal Book, is not a disingenuous strategy for asserting the cultural hegemony of a historically specific universalism, one that has more in common with Judaic religion than either Islam or Christianity.
As the eternally begotten self-expression of the one, true, infinite and eternal God, the Son is coequal and coeternal with the Father.
Your wisdom is manifestly coeternal and equal with you,
spectacularizes O'Grady's ongoing condition of being both part of and not part of, inside and outside, a society that relies on coeternal binary opposition.
but all three persons are coeternal with each other and coequal.
Arius was sure Jesus was subordinate to the Father, Athanasius that he was coequal and coeternal.
Geometry, which before the origin of things was coeternal with the divine mind .
35) The Word is coeternal with God, and all things that exist, exist only because of God's Word.
O Lord our God, who didst bow the heavens and come down to earth because of Thine ineffable mercy, and didst teach all men to confess the true and blameless faith and the knowledge of the consubstantial and coeternal Trinity, who also from Thine own truthful mouth didst state that the worshipful and all-powerful Spirit proceeds and subsists from Thine unoriginate God and Father: Do Thou, Master, receive also Thy servant N.