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The Council of Chalcedon (451) countered the position of Eutyches, and professed one and the same Christ in two natures (en duo physesin), divine and human, coming together in one person (prosopon) or subsistence (hypostasin).
Persona' dans le traite theologique Contre Eutyches et Nestorius de Boece.
It seems that Nerses agreed to speak about the Chyrilian formula against Nestorius and about "two natures" against Eutyches.
At one extreme, we have certain theorists of the corrective justice school who, in an argument that would have been worthy of Eutyches, (11) declare that tort is wholly private, and that to impute even a semblance of public character to it violates its integrity and renders it incoherent.
Eutychianism is that Christological heresy, named after, if not actually advocated by, the monk Eutyches (c.
He had inscribed in Greek two small vases for preserving medicinal herbs which came to light in the consulting room, while the name Eutyches, presumed to be the doctor's, had been scratched on a wall by a patient stretched out on the bed in the operating room.
When the devil saw that the pope (his ally) could not stop Luther, he himself stirred up new interest in old heresies of Berengar, Nestorius, Eutyches, and Arius.
Monastic power during the fifth century: the Constantipolitan archimandrite Eutyches and the Syrian monk Bar Saumas
According to Simeonc (b) this number was coming from the Annals of the Greek author Alexandros Eutyches, (c) who claimed that the tower of Babel was built by 72 men.
When called before his bishop (Flavian of Constantinople, 446-449) in 448, to answer charges of heresy, Eutyches stated, "I admit that our Lord was of two natures before the union (the Incarnation), but after the union, one nature.
In the midst of these struggles- political, ecclesiastical, and personal-the concern to preserve orthodoxy resulted in the condemnation of various participants (Apollinarius in 381, Nestorius in 431, Eutyches in 451) who heretofore had been earnest and sincere Christians.
There is no sign that he knew of the Council of Chalcedon, but the assertions of Eutyches had come to his notice and a well known letter from Peter remonstrated with the archimandrite asking him to amend his opinions.