ditheism definition

  • noun:
    • A belief in two gods.
    • The doctrine of these who retain the existence of two gods or of two original axioms (like in Manicheism), one great and another evil; dualism.
    • The doctrine associated with existence of two supreme gods; spiritual dualism. See Manicheism.
    • A belief in 2 gods.
    • The doctrine of these who keep up with the presence of two gods or of two original principles (such as Manicheism), one good and one evil; dualism.
    • The doctrine regarding the presence of two supreme gods; spiritual dualism. See Manicheism.
    • A belief in 2 gods.
    • The doctrine of these who take care of the existence of two gods or of two original maxims (as in Manicheism), one great and one evil; dualism.
    • The doctrine associated with the existence of two supreme gods; religious dualism. See Manicheism.

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