Consubstantiality
Consubstantiality Con`sub*stan"ti*al"i*ty (?; 106), n. [Cf. F. consubstantialit['e].] Participation of the same nature; coexistence in the same substance. ``His [the Son's] . . . consubstantiality with the Father.'' --Hammend. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Consubstantiality — Not to be confused with consubstantiation. Consubstantial (Latin: consubstantialis) is an adjective used in Latin Christian christology, coined by Tertullian in Against Hermogenes 44, used to translate the Greek term homoousios. Consubstantial… …   Wikipedia

  • consubstantiality — |kän+ noun ( es) Etymology: Late Latin consubstantialitas, from consubstantialis consubstantial + Latin itas ity : the quality or state of being consubstantial the consubstantiality of the persons of the Trinity …   Useful english dictionary

  • consubstantiality — con·substantiality …   English syllables

  • The Blessed Trinity —     The Blessed Trinity     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Blessed Trinity     This article is divided as follows:          I. Dogma of the Trinity;     II. Proof of the Doctrine from Scripture;     III. Proof of the Doctrine from Tradition;… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Identification in Burkean rhetoric — Identification is a key term for the discussion of rhetoric in Kenneth Burke A Rhetoric of Motives, in which he uses it to evaluate the traditional perception of rhetoricas persuasion. Essentially, Burke suggests that whenever someone attempts to …   Wikipedia

  • Trinity — This article is about the Christian Trinity. For other uses, see Trinity (disambiguation). Holy Trinity redirects here. For other uses, see Holy Trinity (disambiguation). Part of a series on Attributes of G …   Wikipedia

  • Basil of Caesarea — Infobox Saint name=Saint Basil the Great birth date=ca. 330 death date=January 1, 379 [The exact date of Basil s death is debated by historians. See Rousseau (1994), pp. 360–363, Appendix III: The Date of Basil s Death and of the Hexaemeron for… …   Wikipedia

  • Nontrinitarianism — Part of a series on Christianity   …   Wikipedia

  • Pneumatomachi — The Pneumatomachi, also known as Macedonians, were a from Rome s point of view heretical sect which flourished in the countries adjacent to the Hellespont during the latter half of the fourth, and the beginning of the fifth century. They denied… …   Wikipedia

  • Holy Ghost — • The doctrine of the Catholic Church concerning the Holy Ghost forms an integral part of her teaching on the mystery of the Holy Trinity Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Holy Ghost     Holy Ghost …   Catholic encyclopedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”