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How should we understand the term “Godhead” in contrast to “the fullness of Godhead bodily” and in relation to God?

In addition to the excellent answers already provided, here are some more items that might be of some interest. The archaic suffix of the (circa 1200 CE middle English) term, Godhead, obscures the ...
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How should we understand the term “Godhead” in contrast to “the fullness of Godhead bodily” and in relation to God?

The New Testament has three distinct words used to convey the concept of God's nature: θεῖος used in Acts 17:29, 2 Peter 1:3, 4; also in LXX-Proverbs 2:17. θειότης used in Romans 1:20. Not in the LXX....
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How should we understand the term “Godhead” in contrast to “the fullness of Godhead bodily” and in relation to God?

These verses involve two different words whose meaning is given by BDAG as follows: θειότης (theiotés) (of a divinity; the term in such a description is not tautologous but usually refers to ...
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How should we understand the term “Godhead” in contrast to “the fullness of Godhead bodily” and in relation to God?

In Romans 1:20, "Godhead' is in reference to the divine authority of God, being God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Genesis 1:26 And God said, Let us make man in our image, ...
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The issue of "Luke's" identity

Welcome to the Biblical Hermeneutics forum, John. Please note that this forum is different than most others because it's focused on supporting any assertions with specific scriptures, opinions of ...
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Does St Paul make contradicting statements in 1 Cor 11:17-19?

Paul is making two points here. First, unity is expected--don't be divided over unimportant things, but be unified in mind and judgment (1 Cor. 1:10). Second, division can be legitimate--there is a ...
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