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.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

unitarianism

Noun

(-)
  • The belief in a single God, not divided into any aspects, particularly when presented as a contrast to Christian trinitarianism.
  • Derived terms

    * Unitarianism * unitarian * unitarians * unitarianistic * unitarianistical * unitarianistically

    See also

    * binitarianism * trinitarianism * monotheism

    trinitarianism

    Alternative forms

    * Trinitarianism

    Noun

  • (theology) The monotheistic Christian doctrine that defines God as three divine persons or : the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit.
  • Synonyms

    * triunitarianism, Triunitarianism * tri-unitarianism, Tri-unitarianism, Tri-Unitarianism

    See also

    * binitarianism, Binitarianism * monotheism, Monotheism * quadrinitarianism, Quadrinitarianism * septarianism, Septarianism * septenarianism, Septenarianism * theism, Theism * unitarianism, Unitarianism