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Equally eternal; existing with something else eternally.‘the Deity is coeternal with Time and Space’
- ‘For Arius, the Son could not be coeternal with the Father.’
- ‘The Deity is coeternal with Time and Space, and has all his attributes infinite.’
- ‘Since God's power is coeternal with God himself, it is immutably the same.’
- ‘They were not coeternal with him, yet they were foreknown, foreseen, and foreordained by him.’
- ‘Christians believe in a complex God, three coeternal persons living a single enduring communion.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.