noun see adoptionism

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  • adoptianism — noun see adoptionism * * * Adoptianism or Adoptionism /ə dopˈshən izm/ (often without cap) noun The doctrine that Christ, as man, is the adopted son of God • • • Main Entry: ↑adopt …   Useful english dictionary

  • adoptianism — adop·tian·ism …   English syllables

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  • adoptionism — or adoptianism noun Usage: often capitalized Date: 1874 the doctrine that Jesus of Nazareth became the Son of God by adoption • adoptionist noun, often capitalized …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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