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- noun God.
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- noun the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe; the object of worship in monotheistic religions
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“Is the Universe and all that is within it, including human beings, created through purposeful, intelligent design by a Supreme Being, that is a Creator?”
The Supreme Being is the cause of all this, as Purusha.
The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 Kisari Mohan [Translator] Ganguli
Not that the Supreme Being is the sole universal lawgiver in the sense of a creator of law, whose will alone determines the boundaries of right and wrong.
An Essay on Professional Ethics Second Edition George Sharswood
God, lays down that the acknowledgment of the Supreme Being is the basis of all the revelation, and gives us to understand that such a conviction then began historically to manifest itself on earth, taking root first in the people of Israel, whom therefore the Deity addresses, saying, "I am the Eternal, _thy_ God," signifying, "by _thee_ alone acknowledged hitherto."
A Guide for the Religious Instruction of Jewish Youth Isaac Samuele Reggio
Such progress did he make, that on Zeno's death he actually was his successor in his school; and, if my memory does not play me false, he is the author of a hymn to the Supreme Being, which is one of the noblest effusions of the kind in classical poetry.
Such progress did he make, that on Zenos death he actually was his successor in his school; and, if my memory does not play me false, he is the author of a hymn to the Supreme Being, which is one of the noblest effusions of the kind in classical poetry.
The Supreme Being is the source of all the virtues and a man cannot be a Republican if he does not believe in God.
Dieux ont soif. English Anatole France 1884
Supreme Being, which is the glorious triumph of his doctrine and the official consecration of his papacy.
The French Revolution - Volume 3 Hippolyte Taine 1860
He taught that the Supreme Being is the immaterial, infinite
To Philo the Jew, as to the Gnostics, the Supreme Being was the