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See god and son.

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God the Son

  1. (Christian theology) The aspect (hypostasis) of the Trinity or Godhead corresponding to Jesus Christ, considered the son of God the Father either directly or through the intermediation of the Holy Spirit
    • 1645, G. Gillespie, Nihil Respondes, 11
      That which were a dishonour to God the Son, were a dishonour to God the holy Ghost.

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