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In Christian theology, Homoousion is a term used in the Nicene Creed to explain that God the Son Jesus Christ is of the same essence as God the Father. Each person of the Trinity is same in essence, different in appearance, and distinct in persona.

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  • Steenburg, MC, A World Full of Arians: A Study of the Arian Debate and the Trinitarian Controversy from AD 360–380, Monachos.net, archived from the original on 2008-12-07.
  • "Homoousion", Catholic Encyclopedia, New Advent.