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- n. A bony projection, especially the occipital protuberance of the skull
- n. A conceptual projection of the Son or Holy Spirit from the Father in the Trinity
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The term probole, rendered prolatio by Tertullian and
"That the Holy Ghost is called probole `, not by emanation, but by procession, is just as if one should say of Peter, that he is not a living creature, but a man.
To denote the mode according to which an inferior is derived from a superior degree, Basilides uses the term aporroia ( "flowing from", "efflux"), and Valentinus, the term probole (throwing forth, projection).
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