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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Refers to the philosophical concept applicable to the source of all creation that also has no parts. for example, Aristotle’s “great mover unmoved” or the traditional Christian God, To help understand the concept, think of a point in geometry. It is simple because everything else includes a point yet a point does not include anything else. It is one of the three key concepts used after the council of Nicaea to describe God: He is without body, parts or passion.

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