enhypostatic

enhypostatic

(ɛnˌhaɪpəˈstætɪk)
adj
(Theology) theol relating to enhypostasia
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They have to do with our understanding and interpretation of that truth, with how we take the eternal, enhypostatic truth of Christianity and embody and adapt it in a specific time and place, but do not meddle with the essence of that truth.
Viewed from the perspective of the divine economy thus far pursued, it ought to be further elucidated that a fully robust and mature Christian pneumatology proceeds from presence and power to recognition of the inpersoned or enhypostatic nature of life in the Spirit.
Leontius became inevitable: the adversaries were quite right in saying that the human nature of Jesus could not be anhypostatic, but they were wrong in concluding that He had a human hypostasis; the correct conclusion is that the humanity of Jesus was enhypostatic.