POG

(redirected from Property of God)
AcronymDefinition
POGPriorities of Government
POGParents of the Groom
POGPsychological Operations Group
POGPlay Online Games (video game website)
POGPolyphonic Octave Generator (audio equipment)
POGPediatric Oncology Group
POGProperty of God
POGPhp Object Generator
POGPrice of Gold
POGPot of Gold
POGPoint of Grace (band)
POGPlayer of the Game
POGPrius Owners Group (car club)
POGPaths of Glory (board game)
POGPlanogram
POGPort Operations Group (US DoD)
POGPiece of Garbage
POGPrice of Government
POGPower Oriented Graph
POGPort Gentil, Gabon - Port Gentil (Airport Code)
POGPortage, Wisconsin (Amtrak station code)
POGPrice of Glory Wrestling (professional wrestling circuit)
POGPerson Other than Grunt
POGPineapple, Orange, Guava
POGPiece Of Gum
POGPoetry Group (Tucson, AZ)
POGPersonnel Other than Grunt
POGProject Officers Group
POGPassionfruit, Orange, Guava
POGParts, Oil & Grease
POGPeriod of Gestation (Obstetrics and Gynecology)
POGProgram Operating Guide
POGPrisoners of Graffiti
POGPropulsion Operating Guide (TMINS)
POGProcess Offgas
POGPettus Organic Group (University of California, Santa Barbara)
POGPurchase Order Generator
POGPhilharmonia of Greensboro (Greensboro, NC)
POGPerson of Girth
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Therefore, to express what is right, in the full sense of the term, law must be considered a property of God and something divine.
Dodgers," it screamed out "Property of God." Weirder,
He then adds as a relevant condition that "the propriety of essence in the Deity is the very essence, and whatsoever is in God is God." [38] Since "virtually" (from Latin virtus) means "by virtue or power of [grace, in this instance]," Ridley argues that in divinity "property" or "propriety," part of what is proper to a substance or being (Latin proprietas), amounts to much the same thing: what is effected by grace is so by a property of God's essence, which is in God, or as Ridley puts it, Christ' s teal substance is not there but the property of his substance is.
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