10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MONOTHELETISM»
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Return to Authority: The Monothelete Controversy and the ...
CHAPTER I: MONOTHELETISM AND THE RETURN TO AUTHORITY 1.1
Introduction Monotheletism , the heterodox doctrine that Christ possessed only
one will , and the sixth ecumenical council (680-81), which condemned
Essential Theological Terms
116 Monotheletism requires an understanding of "One," not in the mathematical
sense of a solitary being, but rather as an organic unity that is best understood as
absolute and primal love. Monotheletism A second attempt on the part of ...
The Making of Byzantium, 600-1025
6 Vocal Chalcedonian hostility to Monoenergism gave the patriarch Sergios,
Herakleios' close ally in this matter, second thoughts which led to a reformulation
of the terms of union on the basis of a single will in Christ — Monotheletism. In
Muslim Expansion and Byzantine Collapse in North Africa
Monotheletism was not necessarily any compromise political formulation, it was
not necessarily any attempt to bridge a gap between Chalcedonian and anti-
Chalcedonian theologies. Instead it was an affirmation of a particular orthodoxy.
Biblical Commentaries from the Canterbury School of Theodore ...
While in Africa Maximus poured out a stream of subtle and well-informed writings
against monotheletism and became the focal point of the opposition to the
imperially backed doctrine. The opposition reached a climax in July 645 when
Bernhard Bischoff, Michael Lapidge, 1994
The Formation of Christendom
The bishops were unable to conclude and decided to refer the matter to the
emperor, a procedure that could not possibly advance Chalcedonian theology
against Monotheletism. Realising that he had lost the battle for correct belief in
the East, ...
Crossroads to Islam: The Origins of the Arab Religion and ...
This new terminology was used in the first official pronouncement of
Monotheletism, the Ecthesis or Exposition of Faith, issued by Heraclius in 638.31
Thus the main result of Sophronius's appointment as patriarch of Jerusalem was
to rally ...
A Companion to Bede: A Reader's Commentary on The ...
It also aligns itself withthedecisionof the 649Roman council, whichwasa local,
notec- umenical, synod, held at Rome, against monotheletism, by endorsing the
transcript that Abbot John (representing the Pope, as we see in the next chapter)
Mystics of the Christian Tradition
Very naturally he became mired in the great theological dispute of that time,
Monotheletism, promoted by Emperor Heraclius (610–41), which taught that
Christ had two natures, the divine and the human, but a single divine will. This
A History of the Byzantine State and Society
Maximus, an eloquent monk from Constantinople, had convinced them that the
imperial government favored Monotheletism. Although young Constans probably
held no strong personal opinions on Monotheletism, he was trying desperately to
Warren T. Treadgold, 1997
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MONOTHELETISM»
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New Website Created For 50 Year Commemoration of Phanar …
... of his insistence upon 'Homousios'; the same for St. Maximus Confessor's battle against monotheletism . St. Mark was undoubtedly viewed in ... «NFTU, May 14»
Christology Ancient & Modern: The Book!
Jordan Wessling, “Christology and Conciliar Authority: On the Viability of Monotheletism for Protestant Theology.” Wessling considers the ... «Patheos, Oct 13»
Words And Swords
Even on obscure theological matters, such as the wrangles over "monotheletism"—the proposition that Christ had two natures, human and ... «Wall Street Journal, Nov 09»