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HISTORY of Christian Theology

the English word generally used for the Greek term ousia, that is also translated as “being” or “substance” and refers to that which makes something what it is such as human nature is the essence of a human being. This issue was central to the debate in the Arian controversy involving the nature of God and the trinity as well as the Incarnation of Christ. See also homoousios.

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