Dyothelitism

noun
Dy·​oth·​e·​lit·​ism | \-lītˌizəm\
variants: or Dyotheletism \ -​lēt-​ \
plural -s

Definition of Dyothelitism 

: the theological doctrine that in Christ there were two wills, the human and the divine opposed to Monothelitism

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