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- noun (Greek mythology) the Titaness who was mother of Helios and Selene and Eos in ancient mythology
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"We have to start training the coloureds in theia oct our people and to ensure we are not going to end up under the oppression of the black-dominated armed force."
This theia phusis, this "divine nature," is not the nature of God, whereof in our own persons we are not subjectively partakers; and yet a nature it is which is a principle of operation, and that divine or spiritual, -- namely, an habitual holy principle, wrought in us by God, and bearing his image.
Pneumatologia 1616-1683 1967
That is somewhere called kainē ktisis, the “new creature,”  but nowhere theia phusis, the “divine nature.”
That phusis theia should be only a gracious habit, quality, or disposition of soul in us, I cannot easily receive.
S. Jean Chrysostome (Greek and French, Paris, 1907); i He theia leitourgia, periechousa ton esperinon, k.t.l. (Athens, 1894); CHARON,
-- He theia leitourgia tou hagiou apostolou kai euaggelistou Markou mathetou tou hagiou Petrou (Paris, 1583), edited by JOHN A S. ANDREA (de Saint-Andrée).
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize 1840-1916 1913
Ioudaia kata panta dikaios kai peplērōmenos theia sophia, philanthrōpōs edidaxen hēmas tis ho tōn holōn theos kai ti telos aretēs epi semnēn politeian harmozon pros tas tōn anthrōpōn psuchas; hos dia tou pathein epausen tas archas tōn hamartiōn:  1
The father's sister is called 'amita,' the mother's 'matertera'; both go in Greek by the name 'theia,' or, with some, 'tithis.'
The Institutes of Justinian John Baron Moyle 1891
Hosa he theia graphe legei, tou Pneumatos eisi tou Hagiou phonai.
* Hosa he theia graphe legei, tou Pneumatos eisi tou Hagiou phonai: