Nestorius, an unknown heretic to most of us, lived around 300 A.D. to 451 A.D.  He denied the unity of the two natures (human and divine) of Christ in the one person of Christ.  Nestorius viewed it as two natures and two persons, one human and one divine.  This heresy was called Nestorianism. Nestorius, a […]

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The Christological Controversy

Apollinaris, we saw last time, taught that Christ did not have a complete human nature.  Doing so he lost in Christ a Saviour.  Without a complete human nature, He cannot save our complete human nature.  Apollinaris was condemned for his views in 381 A.D. by the Synod.  A short fifty years later another heretical teaching […]

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