from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. In parcels or allotments; piecemeal, fragmented.
- adv. In a parcelwise fashion.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Piecemeal; piece by piece.
But is its vision parcelwise, thing here and thing there?
Similarly wisdom is entire to all; it is one thing; it is not distributed parcelwise; it cannot be fixed to place; it is not spread about like a colouring, for it is not corporeal; in any true participation in wisdom there must be one thing acting as unit upon unit.
So it is His Godhead that dwells in Christ in bodily fashion, not partially but wholly, not parcelwise but in fulness; and so dwelling that the Two are one, and so one, that the One Who is God does not differ from the Other Who is God: Both so equally divine, as a perfect birth engendered perfect God.
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