6. Nicene church fathers are still taught, like their predecessors, a certain subordinationism that as it may seem to contradict the doctrine of consubstantiality. But we must distinguish subordinationism entity (?????) and subordinationism incarnation - in terms of rank and dignity . First they denied, claimed second. The essence of God is one, absolutely perfect and does not admit of gradations. The Father, the Son and the Spirit have the same divine essence, but not in the coordination and juxtaposition and subordination in order. The father has a substance originally from anyone other than himself; He - the first divine entity, who is the only member of absolute being, He is called God par excellence [in 1477], the principle source of the root of the Godhead . The son, on the other hand, has the essence of the Father, that is secondary, derivative way. "Father is greater than the Son." The first is not born, second born; Son - of the Father, but the Father - not from the Son; paternity in this case primary and secondary sonship. The same subordination even more characteristic of the Holy Spirit. Nicene church fathers believed that the idea of ??the divine unity is easier to maintain if to represent the Father, in spite of the presence of the Trinity, the Monad, from whence come the Son and the Spirit, and where they are returned.