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- Apollinarism or Apollinarianism is a Christological concept proposed by Apollinaris of Laodicea (died 390) that argues that Jesus had a normal human body...
- The Temple of Apollo Sosi**** (previously known as the Apollinar and the temple of Apollo Medicus) is a Roman temple dedicated to Apollo in the Campus...
- condemned as heretical by the Catholic Church Antiquity Adoptionism Apollinarism Arianism Anomoeanism Semi-Arianism Antidicomarianites Audianism Docetism...
- ἀποκατάστασις". Gregory of Nyssa: The Minor Treatises on Trinitarian Theology and Apollinarism. Leiden-Boston: Brill. pp. 445–478. ISBN 9789004194144. Ramelli, Ilaria...
- Theodore of Mopsuestia, contending against the monophysite heresy of Apollinarism, is believed to have taught that in Christ there are two natures (dyophysite)...
- from the baptismal creed of Constantinople. The council also condemned Apollinarism, the teaching that there was no human mind or soul in Christ. It also...
- rational human soul in Christ's human nature. This view came to be called Apollinarism. It was condemned by the First Council of Constantinople in 381. He collaborated...
- theology Philosophy of time Christian apologetics Systematic theology Apollinarism Reformed epistemology Cartesian dualism Metaphysical libertarianism Notable...
- Spirit). It is the most widely accepted Christian creed. It critiques apollinarism and a later addition, the Filioque clause, resulted in disagreement between...
- thereby risked leaving his real humanity out of proper consideration (cf. Apollinarism). The stress by the School of Antioch was on the humanity of Jesus as...
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