henotheism

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From German Henotheismus, coined 19th century by Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling, from Ancient Greek ἕν (hén) (stem of εἷς (heîs, one)) + Theismus

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henotheism (plural henotheisms)

  1. Belief in or worship of one deity without denying the existence of other deities.

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