from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Eccles., essentially different; of unlike essence or substance: an epithet much used (in the Greek form) in the ancient Arian controversy, the Arians maintaining that the Son was created, and therefore was not the same in substance or essence (homoöusious) with the Father.
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