Dyotheletism


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Dyotheletism

(ˌdaɪəˈθɛləˌtɪzəm) or

Dyothelism

n
the teaching that Christ had both a divine will and a human will
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Dyothelitism, Dyotheletism

the doctrine that Christ had two wills, the human and the divine. Cf. Monothelitism. Also Dyothetism. — Dyothelite, Dyothelete, n.
See also: Christ
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