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69) Mullins accents the coequality and complementarity of institutional and charismatic elements in the origin of the church.
I would like to detail a bit more Congar's point of arrival in the interests of expanding the significance of the coequality of the mission of the Spirit with the mission of Christ.
The premise is the coequality of the two missions in regard to the origin and continuity of the church, and that is what Congar came to after the council.
Congar's postconciliar theology lifted the mission of the Spirit to genuine coequality with Christ in the economy of redemption and in the church.
In the separated system, coequality of the two chambers and of the Congress itself with the other two institutions contributes to the need for a fully articulated structure that facilitates iteration.
In its exercise and non-exercise of the impeachment powers, Congress has been attentive to the Constitution's structure and to the independence and coequality of the executive.
My point in raising the Johnson impeachment is simply that, if a Congress does not care about the independence and coequality of the President, an official conduct limit will not stop it.
Given the priority of creation over salvation, of God the creator over Christ the savior, Lee argues that the early Church's teaching on the coequality of Christ with God the creator is mistaken:
Lee seems to have misunderstood the classical teaching on the coequality of Christ with God the Father.
Second, the discussion of marriage does not reflect the coequality of the two ends of marriage.