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ousia meaning in Hindi

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  1. It slowly evolved into an actual group over several years by adding the musicianship of Dave Onnen ( Ousia, Skye Klad, Salamander ) and Matt Zaun ( Blitzen, Skye Klad, Salamander ) and Mike Croswell ( Metaphor ).
  2. In pretribulationism and midtribulationism, the Rapture and the Second Coming ( or Greek, " par [ a ] ousia " ) of Christ are separate events, while in post-tribulationism the two events are identical or simultaneous.
  3. Although not as extreme as the Arians in his definition of who Jesus is, he disagreed with the Modalists in equating Jesus with his Father in authority or person but he was flexible concerning " ousia " ( substance ).
  4. "' Nontrinitarianism "'refers to belief systems within Christianity which reject the mainstream hypostases or persons who are coeternal, coequal, and indivisibly united in one being, or essence ( from the Greek " ousia ) ."
  5. The modern definition of subjectivity, according to Heidegger, recovered Immanuel Kant's definition of the substance in the " Critique of Pure Reason " and Aristotle's definition of " ousia " in " Metaphysics ".
  6. The precise meaning of the term " ousia " ( ) is also a subject of confusion : traditionally, it is held to have been a standard complement of 108 men, and that more than one could be present aboard a single ship.
  7. The lyrics are used in a passage in his second book, when the author dies and struggles to get into Paradise, but comes across a rather annoyed St-Peter, who didn't seem to have liked his " Mia einai i Ousia " song at all.
  8. The Dedication Creed stated that the Son is an image of the substance of the Father, using the term " ousia " for'substance', but Arians had rejected the use of the term " ousia " as not being found in the Scriptures.
  9. The Dedication Creed stated that the Son is an image of the substance of the Father, using the term " ousia " for'substance', but Arians had rejected the use of the term " ousia " as not being found in the Scriptures.
  10. The generally agreed-upon meaning of " ousia " in Eastern Christianity is " all that subsists by itself and which has not its being in another "-in contrast to " hypostasis ", which is used to mean " reality " or " existence ".
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