Psilanthropism Psi*lan"thro*pism, n. Psilanthropy. [1913 Webster]

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  • psilanthropism — the teaching that Jesus was entirely human, c.1810, from Gk. psilanthropos merely human, from psilos naked, bare, mere + anthropos man (see ANTHROPO (Cf. anthropo )) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Psilanthropism — In Christianity, Psilanthropism or Socinianism is a Christological view that believes Jesus was merely human. The expression merely human can refer either to Jesus substance (nothing more than a man) or to his existence in time (no existence… …   Wikipedia

  • psilanthropism — psilanthropic /suy leuhn throp ik/, adj. psilanthropist, n. /suy lan threuh piz euhm/, n. the doctrine that Jesus Christ was only a human being. Also, psilanthropy. [1800 10; < Gk psilánthrop(os) merely human (psil(ós) mere + ánthrop(os) man + os …   Universalium

  • psilanthropism — denial of Christ s divinity Ecclesiastical Terms Philosophical Isms …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • psilanthropism — psil·an·thro·pism …   English syllables

  • psilanthropism —  Псилантропизм …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • psilanthropism — The belief that Jesus was not a God, but a man …   Grandiloquent dictionary

  • psilanthropism — sīˈlan(t)thrəˌpizəm noun ( s) Etymology: Late Greek psilanthrōpos + English ism : psilanthropy …   Useful english dictionary

  • Virgin birth of Jesus — The Annunciation, by Guido Reni, 1621 The virgin birth of Jesus is a tenet of Christianity and Islam which holds that Mary miraculously conceived Jesus while remaining a virgin. The term virgin birth is commonly used, rather than virgin… …   Wikipedia

  • Adoptionism — Francesco Albani s The Baptism of Christ, when Jesus became one with God according to Adoptionism Adoptionism, sometimes called dynamic monarchianism, is a minority Christian belief that Jesus was adopted as God s son (Son of God) at his baptism …   Wikipedia

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