Meaning of unchangeableness in English:



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‘So to signify eternity's unchangeableness and constancy Boethius used the word possession.’
  • ‘The preface, at the beginning of which he affirms his ‘fidelity towards Her, whom I must still honor in the dust’, summarizes modern European history, demonstrating the unchangeableness of God's judgement.’
  • ‘It tells us that Elohim has permanent existence, and announces the faithfulness and unchangeableness of the One who is always true to His Word, and is the same yesterday, today and forever.’
  • ‘That impression of eternity goes hand in hand with the notion of purity, and the two combine to form a sensation of unchangeableness, a kind of holy stasis unafflicted by the compromises and corruption of the commercial cinema.’