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Synonyms for coequal

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

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having the same standing before the law

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Apart from this grace of a renewed horizon, the conciliar documents that registered the six elements to which Congar drew attention would remain bounded within what approximated a pre-Acts 2 horizon allowing for a Christocentrism that had difficulty assimilating the ecclesiological implications of Constantinople I's teaching on the coequality of the Holy Spirit with Christ in divinity and in redemption.
13), and horizontalness, which she associates with coequality and "pluralism" (p.
Men and women are held to have complementary roles within the context of a relationship that affirms a coequality of worth in a manner analogous to the Christian concept of the Trinity, in which Jesus, the Father, and the Holy Spirit are seen as coequal but having different roles.
They studied village communities, where values of coequality and solidarity underlay processes in which the people themselves acted as agents of change.
Thus, for our understanding of Christian ministry, it is crucial that we have a proper understanding that the One God is Three divine Persons united in a communion of coequality and co-eternality.
The later six deal with the unity and coequality of Father and Son.
coequality of stimulus equivalence assessed using a postclass formation response transfer test) was an inverse function of nodal distance and the number of times each stimulus was employed in training.
And given the coequality of the branches in a separated system, one can perhaps understand why it is that scholars tend to choose one or the other for concentrated study.
Cella, The Doctrine of Legislative Privilege of Speech or Debate: The New Interpretation as a Threat to Legislative Coequality, 8 Suffolk U.
Aquino could have "far-reaching consequences" that could shake the foundations of democracy, namely, the separation of powers, and coequality among the three branches of government.
One response is suggested in the law professors' letter--to preserve the independence and coequality of the executive branch.
From supreme goodness, it is necessary that there be in the persons supreme communicability, supreme consubstantiality, supreme configurability, supreme coequality, supreme coeternity, and supreme mutual intimacy by which one is necessarily in the other by supreme interpenetration and one acts with the other in absolute lack of division of the substance, power and operation of the most blessed Trinity itself.