Hail holy light, ofspring of Heav'n first-born, Or of th' Eternal Coeternal
beam May I express thee unblam'd?
The Trinity Doctrine holds that God is one God, but three coeternal
consubstantial persons the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit as "one God in three Divine Persons".
creature, which, although no ways coeternal
unto Thee, the Trinity, yet
"This is partly because they are in Welsh but also because the language is not understood - words like 'coeternal
', 'consubstantial', 'ineffably sublime' are a bit of a mouthful today's youngsters - they don't know what they mean.
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
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.
Despair followed by resignation in front of the fatality of the vast cosmic mechanism governed by periodic storms and disasters; the reference here to the equinox surely makes reference to the time when light and darkness are equal: this is when the fight is strongest, when the two coeternal
opposites (good and evil, light and darkness) struggle for supremacy.
As the eternally begotten self-expression of the one, true, infinite and eternal God, the Son is coequal and coeternal
with the Father.
In one of his several creation sequences, Hesiod makes Night and Eros coeternal
to Gaia who both brings forth Ouranos, "without any act of love" and takes him as a husband with consequences essential to discussion of the Woman of Trachis.
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