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Citation: filioque
Language: Latin
References: The Wine-Dark Sea, page 43
Meaning: and the son


The reference is to the profound and continuing argument between Roman and Orthodox Christians as to whether the Holy Ghost proceeds from God the Father and his son Jesus considered as a single divine entity (the Roman position), or whether the Holy Ghost proceeds from God the Father alone, as does His son Jesus (the Orthodox position).

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Guide for the Perplexed — This article is based on information from the Guide for the Perplexed, edited by Anthony Gary Brown and based on the work of many contributors. As an aid to readers, the translations offered in Guide for the Perplexed are intended to be a literal as possible, and to follow as closely as possible the original word order.
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