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eternal

denoting or relating to that which is without beginning and end, regarded as an attribute of God
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Regardless, it is clear that he understands eternality and immortality as purely bound up with the ecstatic union of (human) soul and (divine) Spirit, and that this union leads finally to a fuller and more perfect understanding of nature.
(78.) The notion of eternal moments may work as a metaphor, and there may be a Form for metaphors, but there would be none for literal metaphors, because there would instead be two (literality and metaphors), as is the case with eternal moments (eternality and moments).
Didion describes the eternality of BZ: "BZ was perpetually tanned, oiled gleaming ...
Psalm 89 focuses on Nathan's prophecy of eternality and therefore accuses God of breaking His oath.
To achieve such eternality "two different worlds need to merge," says Anna Vilhelmine Ebbesen, senior design coordinator at Kvadrat.
Let's step back, and focus on the idea that the content of our experience of God's eternality, perfection and necessary existence is the same as the object of that experience.
Also, biosophy (biology as noun) and axiosophy (axiology as noun) are twin types of mysterious conditions of the holistic conditions of the eternality of the existence.
Triune Eternality: God's Relationship to Time in the Theology of Karl Barth.
In both poems it is a mode of heavy irony that shadows the lovers and makes clear the illusion of their eternality. Both poems also make the classic connection between youth and spring-time.
These ideological positions suggested, in general, that the highest value possible arises when music can be said to possess certain properties, such as universality (as the music's capacity of expressing the human condition); eternality (meaning that music has values that will never die); complexity (for instance, in harmony, counterpoint, form or executive demands on performance); and originality (breaks with convention in order to establish new stylistic norms that will influence future generations.
And by this, I think we might be stuck with the eternality of the human in one of two ways.