pleroma definition

  • noun:
    • A state of perfect fullness, particularly of God's being.
    • The religious universe seen in terms of the full totality for the capabilities and essence of Jesus.
    • Fullness; abundance; plenitude: in gnosticism, the religious globe, or realm of light, such as the human body of eons.
    • In botany, same as plerome.

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