Dyothelitism


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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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Christ's "ontological and agential complexity" is therefore key for capturing Barth's Reformed insistence that the Incarnation secures rather than imperils the integrity of the two "natures" (albeit more in terms of the sixth ecumenical council's dyothelitism than the second council's emphasis on physis).