(Latin: God, god, godly; deity, divine nature)
Motto used by the Jesuit order (Society of Jesuits).
Sometimes the full expression is cited as the rationale for actions taken by Christians.
Two friends, a theist and a deist, got together to debate whether being an atheist has anything in common with those who profess to be agnostic.
A degree granted after a required curriculum of graduate theological studies has been accomplished.
Motto of Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA.
2. Killing a divine being or a representation of a divinity.
2. With a divine nature or the status of a god or goddess.
2. The condition of having been made a god or goddess.
2. Someone who worships or reveres as a god; such as, deifying a leader.
3. Anyone who idealizes or exalts.
2. Conformable to the character or nature of God; godlike, divine, holy.
2. To honor or adore someone or something as if he, she, or it were divine.