Consubstantiality

Consubstantiality, a term derived from Latin consubstantialitas, denotes identity of substance or essence in spite of difference in aspect.[1]

It appears most commonly in its adjectival form, "consubstantial",[2] from Latin consubstantialis,[3] and its best-known use is in regard to an account, in Christian theology, of the relation between Jesus Christ and God the Father.