Definitions

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  • adj. Inspired or possessed by a god.

Etymologies

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From Ancient Greek θεόπνευστος, from θεός ("god") + stem of πνεῖν ("to breathe, blow").

Examples

  • Of the influence of a point of view even remotely akin to the priestly position that worship in this or that special place is of more value than anywhere else, and on that account alone deserves to be preserved, no trace is to be found in them; their polemic is a purely prophetic one, i.e., individual, "theopneust" in the sense that it is independent of all traditional and preconceived human opinions.

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  • See theopneustic

    July 9, 2008

  • This seems different than theopneusty

    January 13, 2007

  • theopneust breath of god in&ex spire - yahway

    January 12, 2007