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filioque definition

  • noun:
    • making use of the Latin term filioque ("and the son") when you look at the Western kind of the Nicene Creed, to indicate that Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father together with Son (instead of the Eastern churches which think the Spirit arises from the daddy alone).
    • the usage of the Latin term filioque ("and the son") in the Western kind of the Nicene Creed, to point the Holy Spirit arises from both the dad and also the child (instead of the Eastern churches which think the Spirit arises from the daddy alone).
    • using the Latin word filioque ("and the child") within the Western form of the Nicene Creed, to point that the Holy Spirit proceeds from both dad while the boy (as opposed to the Eastern churches which think the Spirit arises from the daddy alone).
    • the usage of the Latin term filioque ("and the boy") into the Western type of the Nicene Creed, to point that Holy Spirit arises from both dad therefore the child (instead of the Eastern churches which think the Spirit proceeds from the Father alone).
    • using the Latin term filioque ("and the son") in Western as a type of the Nicene Creed, to point your Holy Spirit proceeds from the dad together with Son (instead of the Eastern churches which believe the Spirit proceeds from the Father alone).
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