Theological Term of the Week: Immutability

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This week’s term: Immutability (Non-Communicable) – Never changing or varying; unchangeable; the state of being beyond any possibility of change. Not merely unchanging but unchangeable. Change necessarily involves some of kind of improvement or deterioration, or an adjustment necessary to prevent the same. Thus change would prove imperfection or potential imperfection, either before or after the change. Immutability does not preclude variation in administration, but the person of God.

Last week’s term: Omnipotence (Non-Communicable) – Having totally unlimited power and authority. Not merely the right and ability to invade and change all things at will, but the constant state of sovereignly exercising His will in all things.

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