What is another word for Monothelitism?

Pronunciation: [mˈɒnə͡ʊθˌɛlɪtˌɪzəm] (IPA)

Monothelitism is a theological concept that suggests that Jesus Christ had only one will, which is the divine will. It was a controversial topic in early Christianity and there were different opinions regarding its acceptance. Synonyms for Monothelitism include the monothelete doctrine, the one will doctrine, the monotheletic Christology, and the monotheletic theory. The concept of Monothelitism was rejected in 681AD at the Third Council of Constantinople, where the doctrine of two wills in Christ (divine and human) was upheld. Despite being a relatively obscure theological concept, Monothelitism has played a significant role in shaping Christian belief and understanding of the nature of Jesus Christ.

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