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Immaterial
Immateriality
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The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Immateriality
IMMATERIALITY. Immateriality is the negative term for which spirituality is its positive expression. It denotes the qualities of simplicity (not divisible), having no parts (not composite), indestructibility (cannot be dissolved), and incorporeality (not of the nature of matter). The Bible describes
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Immateriality
IMMATERIALITY. Not consisting of matter. This quality is predicated of God and the human soul. “Finite and passive matter, with its divisibility, is not in his essence. The absolute Being is thoroughly one with itself, and is not composite; the composite is divisible, the divisible is finite and material;
Holman Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Immateriality
IMMATERIALITY Not composed of matter. Acts 17:29 argues that “we shouldn’t think that the divine nature is like gold or silver or stone” (HCSB). Rather “God is Spirit: and those who worship Him must worship in spirit and truth” (John 4:24 HCSB).