henotheist + -ic
henotheistic (comparative more henotheistic, superlative most henotheistic)
- Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting henotheism.
2010, Dafina Lazarus Stewart, “1: Knowing God, Knowing Self”, in Terrell L. Strayhorn, Melvin Cleveland Terrell, editors, The Evolving Challenges of Black College Students, Stylus Publishing, page 16:
Both of the men in this study (Stewart, 2002) reflected more henotheistic identity commitments and understandings of spirituality.
2012, M. David Litwa, We Are Being Transformed, Walter de Gruyter, page 245:
After the exile, God's kingship changed from more henotheistic expressions to monotheistic ones. Nevertheless, there always remained a tension in ancient Judaism between the "God of all" and the "God of Israel."
2012, Erika Manders, Coining Images of Power, BRILL, page 148:
The coins referring to the Roman gods and, if we may believe the author of the Historia Augusta, the collection of Roman cult objects in the Heliogabalium favor a more henotheistic approach by the priest-emperor.