modalism

Modalism vs Moralism - What's the difference?

modalism | moralism |


As nouns the difference between modalism and moralism

is that modalism is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god while moralism is the act or practice of moralizing.

Odalism vs Modalism - What's the difference?

odalism | modalism |


As nouns the difference between odalism and modalism

is that odalism is an exclusive ideology that tolerates only one's own national, political, racial, religious or cultural origins[http://wwwanuscom/zine/articles/alexis/odalism/ article about odalism][http://wwwbbccouk/news/world-europe-24556167 bbc: french trial of norwegian neo-nazi vikernes postponed] while modalism is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

Modalism vs Modalise - What's the difference?

modalism | modalise |


As a noun modalism

is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

As a verb modalise is

.

Modalist vs Modalism - What's the difference?

modalist | modalism | Derived terms |

Modalist is a derived term of modalism.


As nouns the difference between modalist and modalism

is that modalist is a believer in modalism while modalism is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

As an adjective modalist

is of or pertaining to modalism.

God vs Modalism - What's the difference?

god | modalism |


As a verb god

is .

As a noun modalism is

(christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

Aspect vs Modalism - What's the difference?

aspect | modalism |


As nouns the difference between aspect and modalism

is that aspect is the way something appears when viewed from a certain direction or perspective while modalism is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

Mode vs Modalism - What's the difference?

mode | modalism |


As nouns the difference between mode and modalism

is that mode is fashion, trend while modalism is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

Trinity vs Modalism - What's the difference?

trinity | modalism |


In christianity|lang=en terms the difference between trinity and modalism

is that trinity is (christianity) in christian belief, the three persons (personae) of the godhead: father, son and holy spirit while modalism is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

As a proper noun trinity

is (christianity) in christian belief, the three persons (personae) of the godhead: father, son and holy spirit.

As a noun modalism is

(christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.

Doctrine vs Modalism - What's the difference?

doctrine | modalism |


As nouns the difference between doctrine and modalism

is that doctrine is a belief or tenet, especially about philosophical or theological matters while modalism is (christianity) the doctrine that the trinity is composed of three modes or aspects of divine self-revelation, rather than three parts of god.