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Godhead

1. the essential nature and condition of being God
2. the Godhead God
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s view that "the individuation of the Holy Spirit lies in His particular role as the hypostasis who witnesses to the particularity of the three persons of the Godhead as an equally free, eternal and divine hypostasis who not only responds to the Father and the Son's influence on Him, but also has a real impact on the Father and the Son" (202).
That joke, faintly shocking when I heard it in the 1950s or '60s, circulated only among priests and religious, a seeming paradox until one notes that it is essentially about a prima facie embarrassing closeness between a human, Mary, and the godhead.
Augustine, is to say that the Godhead is comprised of three persons in one substance (or nature or essence), and that the three divine persons participate fully and equally in the single divine nature.
However, when she moves on to discuss her interaction with the Godhead she qualifies her statements, describing her experience of the Godhead as "in hir sowle.
But no purer Is the shade of the starry night, If I might put it so, than Man, who's called an image of the godhead.
While there is no theophany in 'Amagansett'--the '[h]igh [t]ide' of the title is a literal one--its pendent poem in Godhead, as we shall see, explicitly broaches faith, albeit displaced onto a persona other than the poet.
This is an embodied marble, it is a kind of synthesis, between the abstract form and the Godhead who, as we've heard so movingly, is in a sense inside.
Fancying himself some sort of diaspora godhead, he thought he'd impress everyone in his poverty-stricken homeland with his fancy gizmos and gadgets from America.
And when I get home, I pick up Julian and she says, "Mother Jesus leads us into his blessed breast through his open side, and there gives us a glimpse of the Godhead and heavenly joy .
No, the Bible doesn't use the words "original sin" to describe sin, just as the word "Trinity," is not used to describe the Godhead but that doesn't make it any less true.
Using the fragmentary materials that have survived, Lash has imaginatively reconstructed the myth of Sophia, originally a divinity with the Godhead at the galactic center, who "absorbs herself in dreaming, the cosmic process of emanation," and plunges outward, then "morphs into terrestrial form, becoming a planet herself, but an organic one, sentient and aware: the earth.
This process of mindless repetition serves as a mental laxative, purging all the rational thoughts from your mind, thus opening up your pineal gland to the glory of the Godhead.