Monothelete definition

(Christianity, historical) Someone who believed Christ had two natures (human and divine), but one single will; a Monothelite.
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(Christianity, historical) Pertaining to such a belief.
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Alternative Forms

Alternative Form of monothelete - monothelite

Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
monothelete
Plural:
monotheletes

Origin of monothelete

  • Variant form of Monothelite after its etymon, Byzantine Greek μονοθελήτης.

    From Wiktionary