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Derived forms of ManichaeismManichee, noun
Word Origin for Manichaeism
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Example sentences from the Web for manichaeism
Manichaeism, that mixed product of Zoroastrian and Christian-gnostic elements, first enthralled him.
Augustine stayed for a year in Rome, occupied in literary work, particularly in controversy with Manichaeism.
Manichaeism in the West had also some experience of attempts at reformation from the ascetic side, but of these we know little.
Manichaeism seemed to him to solve the mysteries of the world, and of his own experiences by which he was perplexed.
There is not a single point in Manichaeism which demands for its explanation an appeal to Buddhism.