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Definition of Apollinarian
Apollinarian A*pol`li*na"ri*an, a. [L. Apollinaris, fr.
Apollo.] (Rom. Antiq.)
In honor of Apollo; as, the Apollinarian games.
Apollinarian A*pol`li*na"ri*an, n. (Eccl. Hist.)
A follower of Apollinaris, Bishop of Laodicea in the fourth
century, who denied the proper humanity of Christ.
Meaning of Apollinarian from wikipedia
is a Christological concept proposed
(died 390) that argues
had a normal human
- be observed
for all time.” He continues, “…Such is the origin
of the Apollinarian
for the cause
and not, as is...
to it. Hypatius condemned
with the Apollinarian
texts, distributed during
the Nestorian controversy under
as orthodox, but died before
put his plans
into effect. Apollinarians
or Apollinarists, named after Apollinaris
(who died in 390)...
- Similarly, the letters
heretics, three centuries after
were written. Charters...
- be humanity's perfect redeemer
and prototype. It was alleged
that the Apollinarian approach implied
docetism: if the Godhead without constraint
- was good news to those
to purge Constantinople
domination. The exiled Nicene party gradually returned
to the city. From...
a "prejudice against
trichotomy": the pseudo-Gnostic view, the Apollinarian
error, and the semi-Pelagian error. "But", Delitzsch
argues, "in the...
presiding. This council condemned Cyril
the Arian, Apollinarian
and Eunomian heresies
and condemned Memnon
- schisms. In two Roman synods
(368 and 369) he condemned
and Macedonianism, and sent legates
(papal representatives) to the...
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