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(Theology) the 7th-century religious doctrine that stated that Christ has only one divine will but both a divine and a human nature
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a heretical position of the 7th century that Christ’s human will had been superseded by the divine. Also Monothelism. — Monothelite, Monothelete, n. — Monothelitic, Monotheletic, adj.See also: Christ
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