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Use "divinity" in a sentence
"Let me give something that will lead each one to the knowledge of the divinity of every human soul, something that will lead each one to the conscious realization of _his own divinity_, with all its attendant riches, and glories, and powers, -- let me succeed in doing this, and I can then well afford to be careless as to whether the critics praise or whether they blame."
"To maintain the obnoxious claim that only "your" version of divinity is real and everybody else's experience of God is delusionary only disses other people and pisses them off."
"From this concept also comes the notion that divinity is both eminent (internal) and transcendent (external)."