ditheism

ditheism

[dahy-thee-iz-uhm]
noun
1.
the doctrine of or belief in two equally powerful gods.
2.
belief in the existence of two independent antagonistic principles, one good and the other evil, as in Zoroastrianism.

Origin:
1670–80; di-1 + theism

ditheist, noun
ditheistic, ditheistical, adjective
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ditheism (ˈdaɪθiːˌɪzəm)
 
n
1.  the belief in two equal gods
2.  the belief that two equal principles reign over the world, one good and one evil
 
'ditheist
 
n
 
dithe'istic
 
adj

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