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There is no Christian counterpart to Shivoham, since the concept of Cosmic Holistics, is considered to be Heretical. In Christianity God is monotheistic, and yet tripartite; but equality to God is Heretical. In Christianity God is supreme and all else is subservient to his will. And the idea that man can in any way alter the course of events through his ...


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In the terms you describe, most - if not all - forms of Christianity are Monotheistic in nature. That said, there are three key concepts (that again most forms of Christianity subscribe to) that are somewhat comparable to 'Shivoham' as you've described it: God's Immanence, the Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in a believer, the Glorification of believers. ...


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The Greek word θεός(1) may refer to the essence (οὐσία) of Yahveh, or to the person (ὑπόστασις) of Yahveh (i.e., to Yahveh Himself). "Yahveh" is the name of the person; θεός (or "god," אלהים, deus) is what Yavheh is (i.e., Aquinas' quidditas or Aristotle's τὸ τί ἦν εἶναι and/or secondary οὐσία). In his Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith, §3.4, John of ...


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The Trinity; or the God head; as we Baptist often refer has no material substance since He (as we often refer to God) is a Spirit. But does have substance in the Spiritual Realm. According to Merriam Webster: SUB'STANCE, n. [L. substantia, substo; sub and sto, to stand.] In a general sense, being; something existing by itself; that which ...


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Angels are called 'gods' in Exodus 15:11 but these angels are not , by nature, gods. Rather, they are created by God (Psalm 33:6, Colossians 1:16). Who is like unto thee, O Jehovah, among the gods? Who is like thee, glorious in holiness, Fearful in praises, doing wonders? Exodus 15:11 (ESV) Humans are also called 'gods.' I said, "You are gods, ...



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