incorporeality incorporeality

Definition(s):

  • (n) the quality of not being physical; not consisting of matter

Usage(s):

  1. When in 1656 a young scholar among them dared to range his brilliant mind beyond the confines of the faithhe doubted the existence of angels, the incorporeality of God and the .
  2. He learned the 13 points of the creed of the great 12th Century rabbi, Maimonides, the Jewish Aristotle: the belief in God's existence, in His unity, incorporeality, timelessness .
  3. When in 1656 a young scholar among them dared to range his brilliant mind beyond the confines of the faithhe doubted the existence of angels, the incorporeality of God and the .

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