Dyothelete

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Dyothelete

(daɪˈɒθəˌliːt) or

Dyothelite

n
a person who subscribes to the teaching that Christ had both a human and a divine will
adj
having a belief in the teaching that Christ had both a human and a divine will
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This is seen nowhere more clearly than in the writings of Maximos 'the Confessor', who had his tongue cut out for continuing to teach a dyothelite Christology at odds with the imperially acclaimed Monothelite position.
"After Chalcedon: The Oneness of Christ and the Dyothelite Mediation of his Theandric Unity." Modern Theology 24.2 (April 2008): 199-224.