10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIPHYSITISM»
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Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective: An Introductory Christology
More precisely: are we to read Ephesus' identification of Christ's divine person in
the light of Chalcedonian diphysitism, or Chalcedonian diphysitism in the light of
Ephesian identification of Christ's person? It was precisely this question that ...
Fred Sanders, Klaus Issler, 2007
The Empress Theodora: Partner of Justinian
Presents a biography of the burlesqe actress who became the trusted partner of Byzantine emperor Justinian in both marriage and government affairs.
The Holy Grail and the Eucharist
They were an attempt to find a way out of the dead end of diphysitism that
characterizes the doctrine of transsubstantiatio — a diphysitism that rejects true
transmutation. Another aspect of the theory of transubstantiation, connected with
Sergeĭ Nikolaevich Bulgakov, Boris Jakim, 1997
History of Christianity in India
Here it may be remarked that neither diphysitism nor monophysitism in
themselves need be heretical, though there have been many interpretations
which impute heresy to these expressions In the 5th century, Nestor was the
great proponent ...
Islamicate Societies: A Case Study of Egypt and Muslim India ...
dastan, dastani, 82 Daughter of Nile, 119 decoity, 95 Delhi Sultanate, 7, 11, 21,
22, 23, 24, 28, 29, 38, 70, 103 Deoband, Deobandis, 14, 46—47, 103, 108
dhimmis, 4, 10, 51, 56 dhiya, 111 didactic, 75, 76, 83 Dionysias, 51 Diphysitism,
Alan Cameron, however, has argued persuasively that the politico-religious
loyalties of the two factions were not so predictably dichotomous; rather, the
popularity of Monophysitism or Diphysitism with the factions changed according
to the ...
Teofilo F. Ruiz, Gabriel Piterberg, Geoffrey Symcox, 2010
The Word Made Self: Russian Writings on Language, 1860-1930
347. Ibid., 883. See Florenskii's similar fulminations against the use of oil paint in
western art, and organs in Catholic churches, in "Ikonostas," 90-91. 348. Losev,
Dialektika mifa, in Iz rannikh proizvedenii, 512. with diphysitism, iconodulism, ...
Roman Syria and the Near East
At the ecumenical council of Ephesus in 431 Nestorius was deposed and sent
into exile by the emperor Theodosius H. Although this was a defeat for Nestorian
diphysitism, the council did not lead to a Monophysite triumph, as the
The Church of the East: A Concise History
For the Antiochene theology, which tended initsexegesis towardliterary, literal,
and historical interpretations, the precise differentiation ofthedivine
andhumannatures (Diphysitism or two nature doctrine)was important. Thedivinity
Wilhelm Baum, Dietmar W. Winkler, 2003
Christians Versus Muslims in Modern Egypt: The Century-Long ...
In essence, what this meant was that the council adopted what came to be known
as the doctrine of Diphysitism (the dual nature of Christ), whereas the Egyptians
adhered to the doctrine of Monophysitism (a single nature in which both were ...