trinitarianism

Nontrinitarianism vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

nontrinitarianism | trinitarianism |


As nouns the difference between nontrinitarianism and trinitarianism

is that nontrinitarianism is the religious belief that rejects the christian concept of the trinity while trinitarianism is (theology) the monotheistic christian doctrine that defines god as three divine persons or : the father, the son (jesus christ), and the holy spirit.

Unitarian vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

unitarian | trinitarianism |


As nouns the difference between unitarian and trinitarianism

is that unitarian is one who denies the doctrine of the trinity, believing that god exists only in one person; a unipersonalist while trinitarianism is (theology) the monotheistic christian doctrine that defines god as three divine persons or : the father, the son (jesus christ), and the holy spirit.

As an adjective unitarian

is espousing a unitary view of something.

Trinitarianism vs Tritheism - What's the difference?

trinitarianism | tritheism |


As nouns the difference between trinitarianism and tritheism

is that trinitarianism is (theology) the monotheistic christian doctrine that defines god as three divine persons or : the father, the son (jesus christ), and the holy spirit while tritheism is a belief in three gods.

Trinitarianism - What does it mean?

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Unitarianism vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

unitarianism | trinitarianism |

Unitarianism is a see also of trinitarianism.


As nouns the difference between unitarianism and trinitarianism

is that unitarianism is the belief in a single god, not divided into any aspects, particularly when presented as a contrast to christian trinitarianism while trinitarianism is (theology) the monotheistic christian doctrine that defines god as three divine persons or : the father, the son (jesus christ), and the holy spirit.

Theism vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

theism | trinitarianism |

Theism is a see also of trinitarianism.


As nouns the difference between theism and trinitarianism

is that theism is (belief system) belief in the existence of at least one deity while trinitarianism is (theology) the monotheistic christian doctrine that defines god as three divine persons or : the father, the son (jesus christ), and the holy spirit.

Septenarianism vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

septenarianism | trinitarianism |

Septenarianism is a see also of trinitarianism.

Septarianism vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

septarianism | trinitarianism |

Septarianism is a see also of trinitarianism.

Quadrinitarianism vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

quadrinitarianism | trinitarianism |

Quadrinitarianism is a see also of trinitarianism.

Triunity vs Trinitarianism - What's the difference?

triunity | trinitarianism | Related terms |

Trinitarianism is a related term of triunity.

Triunity is a related term of trinitarianism.


As nouns the difference between triunity and trinitarianism

is that triunity is the fact or state of being three in one (usually with reference to the christian idea of the trinity) while trinitarianism is (theology) the monotheistic christian doctrine that defines god as three divine persons or : the father, the son (jesus christ), and the holy spirit.

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