Bitheism vs. Duotheism - What's the difference?

Wiktionary

  • Bitheism (noun)

    A form of deities which are not in conflict or opposition (as good vs evil) but rather are in two exclusive forms or states (like male and female).

  • Duotheism (noun)

    Belief in the existence of two deities. This often refers to the belief in a god and goddess of roughly equal power, as is the case in Wicca.

Webster Dictionary

  • Bitheism (noun)

    Belief in the existence of two gods; dualism.

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