Propety is the Greek word for father. It was probably derived from the Greek words photos (meaning speech) and logos (meaning symbols). The father concept is extremely important to Christians, because in the Bible the father is God. It is through the father that one receives his gifts and favors. To the Greek the Father is not a person but a certain form of energy or soul which God has placed in him to carry out the will of God. The Father, as theophrastos is sometimes referred to, is believed to be the personification of God’s invisible power.
The meaning of father in the Christian faith is associated with a number of characteristics including invisibility, unbound, unalterability, omnipotence and omnipresence. According to the Fathers of the Church Father Leo Tolstoy said that the Father is “the first cause of all creation and life and indeed of all happiness and joy”. He goes on to say that the Father is “the unalterable principle of all being and authority” while also being the “model of wisdom and virtue and justice”. These definitions are commonly referred to as Father equalia definition although propety may also be used as Father equalia definition and Father ethy definition.
The Father’s invisible power is thus described by the Fathers as a certain form of energy or spirit, which they say is the power of the mind or will or the soul or some other thing which has no particular place in time and space and which is therefore beyond description. In this very abstract way the Fathers speak of the Father as spirit, mind, soul, principle or reason. This idea of the Father having a body is the idea of propety. The Father is also said to be omnipresent and the power of the Father over all things is called omnipotence. The Father is defined as the creator of things both visible and invisible. The Father defines neither an end nor a means but simply the operation of the operation.
When we look at the Father’s power as the concept of the equality of the Father and his Son, we find the same idea, which expresses the Father’s omnipotence, omnipresence. Therefore the Father’s power is the same as his being the one who gives the power and the Son his being the one who receives the power. This expression of the Father’s power over all things in the world and the Son being the one who receive the power from the Father are two similar but not identical terms.
These words of Father and Son are very closely related and one cannot think of one without the other. They are both very closely related to the idea of equality and multiplication and the Father’s power is the concept of equality of the Father and his Son. This is so because they are one and the same thing and they both have the same meaning and they express the same equality and multiplication. This equality and multiplication are however not absolute and it depends upon the will of the people and the governments of the world whether this equality and multiplication are going to be maintained or not.
The Father’s power does not have an absolute definition and it is up to each person to define it for themselves. Because of this nobody can say that the Father’s power is absolute because it is a relative word, and there can never be an exact definition because it is relative to the definition of every human being. Because of this we find that the Father and Son are not equal and the one who is greater than the other is called the Son but this is only applicable if the human beings are one and the same and the Father and Son are not different in any way. The Father and the Son are not the same and the one who is greater than the other is called the Son but the same theory of equality and multiplication still applies. Therefore we find that it is not necessary to say that the Father is greater than the Son and the one who is greater than the other is called the Son, but we use different words in order to express this equality and multiplication.