Psilanthropist \Psi*lan"thro*pist\, n. [Gr. ? bare, mere + ? a man.] One who believes that Christ was a mere man. --Smart. [1913 Webster]

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  • psilanthropist — psil·an·thro·pist …   English syllables

  • psilanthropist — pə̇st noun ( s) Etymology: Late Greek psilanthrōpos merely human (from Greek psil + anthrōpos human being) + English ist more at anthrop : one who believes that Christ was a mere man * * * psilanˈthropist …   Useful english dictionary

  • Psilanthropic — Psi lan*throp ic, a. [see {Psilanthropist}.] Pertaining to, or embodying, psilanthropy. A psilanthropic explanation. Coleridge. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • 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

  • psilanthropy —   n. denial of divinity of Christ.    ♦ psilanthropic, a.    ♦ psilanthropism,    ♦ psilanthropist,   n …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • psilanthropic — |sīl+ adjective Etymology: psilanthropist + ic : relating to or embodying psilanthropy …   Useful english dictionary

  • psilanthropy — pē noun ( es) Etymology: from psilanthropist, after such pairs as English philanthropist : philanthropy : a doctrine of the merely human existence of Christ * * * psilanˈthropy noun • • • Main Entry: ↑psilanthr …   Useful english dictionary

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