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  • Given as much, the Mariological doctrines of the Church expose for us one pole of the central dipolarity in the Church expressing what it means for the Church to be the "Mystical Body of Christ," and as such, the "sacrament of salvation" for the world to use another expression from LG.

    Mary and EENS

  • And I think that is confirmed, at the other end of the mystical dipolarity, by how the issue of papal authority has become even more important in Christendom than in the past.

    Mary and EENS

  • Then the temporary pinning expires, and this ALREADY POTENTIALIZED and recompleted SEPARATE external circuit will expend half its stored potential energy to destroy its dipolarity, but it will also use the other half to power its loads and losses.

    ZPEnergy.com

  • (cf. Griffin's rather different view on the meanings of dipolarity in God, Griffin 2001a, 150).

    Process Theism

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