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Modalism - In Christianity, Sabellianism (also known as modalism) is the second-century belief that the three persons of the Trinity are merely different modes or aspects of God, rather than three distinct persons. It is attributed to Sabellius, who taught a form of this doctrine in Rome in the second century. (wikipedia).

The view that the three members of the Trinity are different modes of God's activity rather than separate Persons.