Definition of kathenotheism
: the worship of one god at a time as supreme without denying the existence of other gods and including the tendency to make different gods supreme one after the other — compare henotheism
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Origin and Etymology of kathenotheism
katheno- (from Greek kath' hena one at a time, from kata down, according to, by + hena, accusative singular masculine of heis one) + theism
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