a.1.Incapable of being lost.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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111), qui est d'etre une pure Conscience constante, indestructible, inamissible (comme dira un scoliaste, si le Soi se revele a lui-meme, il ne saurait etrc percu comme le contrapositif--pratiyogin--ou la contrepartie positive base(e) sur son absence anterieure.
In this more recent view [of the nouvelle theologie], this ordination to the beatific vision on the one hand was considered an inner, inamissible constituent of human nature, and on the other hand was so conceived that the withholding of the goal of this ordination was considered incompatible with the wisdom and goodness of God.