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Monarchianism

[ muh-nahr-kee-uh-niz-uhm ]
/ məˈnɑr ki əˌnɪz əm /
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noun Theology.

any of several doctrines of the Christian church in the 2nd and 3rd centuries a.d., emphasizing the unity of God by maintaining that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost are three manifestations or aspects of God.

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Origin of Monarchianism

1835–45; Monarchian (<Late Latin monarchiānus;see monarchy, -an) + -ism

OTHER WORDS FROM Monarchianism

Mo·nar·chi·an, adjective, nounMo·nar·chi·an·ist, noun
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