Hesychast controversy

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Hesychast controversy

  1. (Eastern Orthodoxy, historical) A particular controversy concerning dogma in the 14th-century Byzantine Empire, over whether the idea of divine light was polytheistic, postulating two eternal substances, a visible and an invisible God.

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