unchangeability

NOUN
  1. the quality of being unchangeable; having a marked tendency to remain unchanged
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How To Use unchangeability In A Sentence

  • There are some problems in formulating a doctrine of God's unchangeability from the Bible.
  • Since everything is trying to reach rest and unchangeability there must be a goal corresponding to what everything is trying to achieve.
  • The note of unchangeability loomed above all, which is why early rumblings about Mass in ‘the vernacular’ were rudely dismissed by every monsignor to whom I ever handed cruets.
  • Nor is any sort of necessity imposed upon the things God wills from the eternity and unchangeability of the divine will.
  • Flexibility and changeability are merely the opposites of unchangeability and solidity.
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