from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who advocates the doctrine of theanthropism.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who advocates, or believes in, theanthropism.

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  • noun A proponent of theanthropism.


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  • The true language of a Christian, which reconciles humility with truth would be; -- God and not man is the judge of man: which of the two is the Christian, he will determine; but this is evident, that if the theanthropist is a Christian, the psilanthropist cannot be so; and 'vice versa'.

    Literary Remains, Volume 1 Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1803

  • Even so, in the instance of the crucifixion, the same image is present to the theanthropist and to the psilanthropist or Socinian -- but to the latter it represents a mere man,

    Literary Remains, Volume 1 Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1803


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