[ US /ˈɡɑdˌhɛd/ ]
[ UK /ɡˈɒdhɛd/ ]
  1. terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
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How To Use Godhead In A Sentence

  • The union of Christ and the Father within the Godhead is that which we are to believe and rely upon for the certainty of our salvation.
  • The practice of theurgy, then, becomes a way for the soul to experience the presence of the divinity, instead of merely thinking or conceptualizing the godhead.
  • The godhead is the personification of the highest, the best, the most efficient, and the wisest. The Dominant Sex: A Study in the Sociology of Sex Differentiation, by Mathilde and Mathias Vaerting; translated from the German by Eden and Cedar Paul
  • This psalm is a most solemn and earnest call to all the creatures, according to their capacity, to praise their Creator, and to show forth his eternal power and Godhead, the invisible things of which are manifested in the things that are seen. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)
  • Only in such a trance is the Supreme Personality of Godhead revealed.
  • The Chinese Buddhists for example were able to conceptualise a Godhead, that contained with it three entities, all sharing the exact same substance, none afore or after the other, none greater or lesser than the other etc, just as articulated in the Creeds of Christendom! Ecce Recensus: The Only True God Persuades A Skeptic
  • Krishna devotees ardently look upon him as the Godhead, more emotively evocative than most of the other avatars.
  • I see you providing no evidence that the wisdom language ascribed to Jesus is "the one and only top-ladder creation language idiomatical biblical language which is uniquely associated with Godhead in the history of Judaism. HANDS Across the Godhead?
  • They were accused of the stubborn refusal to accept Christ's Godhead and His sacrifice.
  • They strive for a final evaluation of life in terms of that eternity which is always present to them; they strive for a recognition of man's true place in nature, defined by the fact that he was endowed with the gift of reason; and they strive for a determination of the balance, so far attained, within themselves and their own lives, between man's beasthood and man's godhead. Nationhood Within the Empire
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