Definition of Ditheism

1. n. The doctrine of those who maintain the existence of two gods or of two original principles (as in Manicheism), one good and one evil; dualism.



Definition of Ditheism

1. Noun. A belief in two gods. ¹

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Definition of Ditheism

1. belief in two coequal gods [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ditheism

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ditchlike
ditchmoss
ditchwater
ditchy
dite
dited
diterebene
diterpene
diterpenes
diterpenoid
diterpenoids
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ditheism (current term)
ditheisms
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dither
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dithered colour
ditherer
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dithering
dithers

Literary usage of Ditheism

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1. Ten Great Religions: An Essay in Comparative Theology by James Freeman Clarke (1883)
"ditheism in all Religions. § 2. The Triads in all Religions. § 3. Monotheism in all Religions. § 4. Origin of our Belief in Spirit, in a First Cause, ..."

2. The Influence of Greek Ideas and Usages Upon the Christian Church by Edwin Hatch, Andrew Martin Fairbairn (1892)
"The ditheism was sometimes veiled by the conception that the second God had been created by the first, and was ultimately subordinate to Him. ..."

3. The Arians of the Fourth Century by John Henry NEWMAN (1890)
"... and so to introduce a kind of ditheism ; and here too heresy and philosophy had prepared the way for the introduction of the error. ..."

4. The Arians of the Fourth Century by John Henry Newman (1876)
"... and so to introduce a kind of ditheism ; and here too heresy and philosophy had prepared the way for the introduction of the error. ..."

5. The Hibbert Lectures by Hibbert Trust (1890)
"The ditheism was sometimes veiled by the conception that the second God had been created by the first, and was ultimately subordinate to Him. ..."

6. Ten Great Religions: An Essay in Comparative Theology / by James Freeman Clarke by James Freeman Clarke (1883)
"ditheism in all Religious. § 2. The Triads in all Religions. § 3. Monotheism in all Religions. § 4. Origin of our Belief in Spirit, in a First Cause, ..."

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