theanthropism

noun the·an·thro·pism \ thēˈan(t)thrəˌpizəm \

Definition of theanthropism

plural -s
1 :a state of being God and man; especially :the union of the divine and human natures in Christ
2 a :the ascription of human attributes to the Deity, or to a polytheistic deity :anthropomorphism
b :belief in the incarnation of deity in human form or in the divinity of a mortal

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Origin and Etymology of theanthropism

theanthropos + -ism


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