Definition of ditheism in English:

ditheism

Syllabification: di·the·ism
Pronunciation: /ˈdīTHēˌizəm, dīˈTHē-
 
/

noun

  • A belief in two gods, especially as independent and opposed principles of good and evil.
    More example sentences
    • What features in this world would make you accept the following: a) polytheism, b) ditheism, c) monotheism?
    • However, the acceptance of ditheism does not fit in with the monotheistic concept of God and the Devil.
    • Hippolytus was careful to avoid ditheism noting explicitly that ‘I do not mean that there are two Gods.’

Derivatives

ditheist

noun
More example sentences
  • They became ditheist to try to recruit money in the United States from the Protestant Trinitarian system.
  • He was even ashamed of telling the truth, because he had publicly insulted us as ditheists.
  • Evil was an article of faith commonly identified with ‘Darkness’ among many different kinds of formerly numerous ditheists since the original Zoroastrians.

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