from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The quality of being almighty; omnipotence; infinite or boundless power: as, “the force of his almightiness,” Jer. Taylor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun Omnipotence; infinite or boundless power; unlimited might.
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- noun The state or quality of being
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A few questions: How does speculations about intelligent design and theology fit in with the description of Gene as dealing with "structural, functional, and evolutionary aspects of genes, chromatin, chromosomes and genomes" Will Gene be opening a forthcoming issue to a reply from theologians, defending the almightiness of God?
By your facile tautology, I could tell you that I am omnipotent God and as such I have chosen to hide from you the evidence of my transcendent almightiness --
Watch out, she says, for the moment when "almightiness really sets in."
OMNIPOTENTIAM DEIPARAE SUPPLICEM, that is to wit, an almightiness of petition because she is the second Eve and she won us, saith
But here the Lord of Glory girds Himself with the apron of the slave, and almightiness addresses itself to menial service.
I realized as never before in my life, the utter littleness of man, and the almightiness of God.
How the whole earth and the strength of it, that is almightiness, is beneath every tired creature to give it rest; _holding_ us, always!
We are overwhelmed by the phenomena of tempest and earthquake and fire, and we forget that almightiness hides in the "still, small voice," in "the sound of a gentle stillness."
At the heart of His self-revelation there is a Cross, the eternal symbol of the almightiness of Love: the Cross which is the source and the secret of all true victory, and newness of life, and peace.
It is susceptible of nodes or modes as far apart as hyperphrygian and mixolydian and of texts so divergent as priests haihooping round David's that is Circe's or what am I saying Ceres 'altar and David's tip from the stable to his chief bassoonist about the alrightness of his almightiness.