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Synonyms for unchangeably

in an unalterable and unchangeable manner

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210) If sexual identity is complex, fluid, and at least partly related to voluntary association, then the issue of why it is that many people understand their sexual identity in innately and unchangeably heterosexual terms becomes a puzzle to be explored.
That is why racism is one of the greatest forms of injustice: it discriminates against people for what they unchangeably are.
Christ appeared and still appears before us not only in the Scriptures; He unchangeably and unceasingly reveals Himself in the Church, in His own Body.
Begin with Heraklitos, who likened reality to a "backsprung bow," that is, a system of oppositions bristling against itself unchangeably.
Woodson has written the essential introduction to the fabulous world of Gurdjieff in Harlem and has fore-grounded a complex literary society that rewrites William Blake's visionary social equation: "Vision or Imagination Is a Representation of what Eternally exists, Really and Unchangeably.
The future is not the fact unchangeably set, and the image which the children saw is in no way a film preview of a future in which nothing can be changed.
Some think it is unchangeably true, and revealed by Jesus himself, that this sacrament makes us "strong and perfect Christians and soldiers of Jesus Christ.
Yet such a monument should be distinguished from oppressive monoliths, such as the Arc de Triomphe or a statue of Stephen Douglas, unchangeably reinforcing a particular ideology or history.
At heart Kincaid's work is about loss, an all but unbearable fall from a paradise partially remembered, partially dreamed, a state of wholeness in which things are unchangeably themselves and division is unknown.
139) which has already been mentioned in the context of both its Christology and soteriology: "God the Son of God--only begotten of the eternal and unbegotten Father, remaining eternally in the `form of God,' having unchangeably and beyond time no other being than that which the Father has--received the `form of a servant.
Part of the sadness of the Holocaust is that it's unchangeably done; for Skibell, as for us all, this is profoundly unacceptable.
Metaphysics must not just reflect unchangeably about changeable time; but Being itself becomes historical.
The linear conception of time characteristic of the literate memory process, which fixes the past unchangeably, reinforces this resistance to confrontation, because it demands that the past remain static, never to be revisited, reconfigured, or transcended.
Marshall makes clear that the power of this kind of memory lies in its differentiation from conventional memory, which makes sharp distinctions between past and present, and which uses concepts such as "history" to consign people, places, and events irrecoverably and unchangeably to the past.
In this way, the importance of human freedom is underlined: the future is not in fact unchangeably set, and the image which the children saw is in no way a film preview of a future in which nothing can be changed.