- un- + begotten (Wiktionary)
“His Father's properties, then the term unbegotten can no longer be predicated exclusively of the Father, the existence of the”
“The word unbegotten is predicated of that which has origin of itself, and no cause of its being: the word eternal is predicated of that which is in being beyond all time and age.”
“ So Dorner,  who freely uses the latter portion of the treatise, "The main point of Basil's opposition to Eunomius is that the word unbegotten is not a name indicative of the essence of God, but only of a condition of existence.”
“This word "unbegotten," of which Eunomius and his supporters make so much, what is its real value?”
“Is not he an open Philistine who is introducing the terms "unbegotten" and "begotten" into our faith, and asserts that there was once a time when the Everlasting was not;  that He who is by nature and eternally a Father became a Father; that the Holy Ghost is not eternal?”
“It seems that he arbitrarily selected the term hagennetos, "unbegotten," as setting forth not merely the attribute of the Father, but the very substance of the Godhead, and upon this proceeded, of course, to deny the proper divinity of the Son, because”
“ The meaning of the unbegotten is the having no origin from without. ”
“And all that I have told should bring to those of this Age something of the yet unbegotten terror of that; and a quiet and sound thankfulness to God, that we suffer not as humanity shall yet suffer.”
“That other supernatural school of thought to which I personally adhere would be not unworthily typified in the fancy that this round world of ours is but an egg brooded upon by a sacred unbegotten bird; the mystic dove of the prophets.”
“He sings of ‘Being unbegotten and imperishable, unmoved and never-ending, which never was nor will be, but always is, one and continuous, which cannot spring from any other; for it cannot be said or imagined not to be.’”
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