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(of offspring) generated by procreation

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God so loved the world that he gave us his only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life"(John 3.
If we call the Son "begotten" relationally, then our identification of the Father as "not begotten" must also indicate his relation to the begotten, so that neither "unbegotten" nor "not begotten" reveals anything about the Father's substance.
Star Begotten, as Huntington writes in his introduction, seems "a very simple story; compared to any of the early scientific romances or even to Things to Come, it is hardly a narrative at all" (1).
Of Eternal Love Begotten has a certain sad but high nobility to it.
On The Trinity, the first (along with Marius Victorinus') extensive Western exposition, argues the consubstantiality of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, with due emphasis on the divine attributes of the Begotten Son; his insistence on the need for faith inspired the book's alter native title De Fide.
These oft-abject cave-ins are (ill) begotten in the face of hideous pressure from producers and their irrepressible advocates to accommodate (perceived) demands of clients.
The Bible is clear on this: The one and true God is Jehovah, and his only begotten son is Jesus Christ.
The family is more sacred than the state, and men are begotten not for the earth and for time, but for Heaven and eternity.
Elias Merhige emerge de la leyenda que fabrico su propio monstruo, Begotten (1991), su opera prima que Susan Sontag clasifico entre las "10 peliculas mas importantes de la historia"; y aunque ahora nadie se atreveria a emitir una opinion tan exagerada, si podemos afirmar que se trata de una de las mas extravagantes y delirantes cintas del cine independiente americano.
Because God loved the world, He gave his only begotten Son; and this good news is not to be kept close, but distributed far and wide.
In his testimony before congress the theologian/ethicist Gilbert Meilander argued that the idea of "begetting" is essentially opposed to "making" and that the fact that our children are begotten rather than made is fundamental to the conceptual background required for thinking of them as free and sharers in a common dignity, as more than just functions of our individual projects or outputs of our desires and wishes.
Surveying the social wreckage that the inflation has begotten, people lose the reckless optimism that engendered the whole wretched excess.
More recently, even some of Wells's best critics have found it difficult to bestow on Star Begotten more than cursory attention.
This wise Benedictine quotes Meister Eckhart: "When God laughs at the soul and the soul laughs back at God, the persons of the Trinity are begotten.