Theological Term of the Week: Impeccability

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This weeks’ term: Impeccability (Non-Communicable) – The quality of being unable to fail, err, or sin in any desire or action: not merely a state of perfection, but incapable of imperfection. Unable to sin, err, or fail in any way.

Last 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.

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