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It is just the claim that there are some moral questions on which it is possible for at least minimally rational, conceptually unconfused thinkers to disagree, despite having all the same relevant nonmoral beliefs.
In dismissing Schleiermacher's and Troeltsch's christological alternatives, we sought to encapsulate the quiddity of Chalcedon, wherein we affirm that Christ is truly God, truly human, truly the personal union of these two; unconfused, unchanged, undivided, unseparated.
Chalcedon requires that a viable Christology must preserve the tension found in the affirmation that Christ is truly God, truly human, truly the personal union of these two; unconfused, unchanged, undivided, unseparated.
More than a few rank-and-filers in the crowd, unconfused about which side they're on, seemed to agree with the man beside me who, arms firmly crossed, said, "What the hell are they cheering for?
In this account, alloiosis or the communicatio idiomatum is the 'grammatical and real transference of the names and properties of both unconfused natures of Christ on their one person'.
Now observe the fineness and marvelous distinctness of the various sun-illumined fabrics into which the water is woven: they sift and float from form to form down the face of that grand gray rock in so leisurely and unconfused a manner that you can examine their texture, and patterns, and tones of color as you would a piece of embroidery held in the hand.
Entering confident and unconfused into any assembly.
The link between Christology and Mariology is confirmed by the most pithy statement of the Council of Ephesus on Mary: "According to this understanding of the unconfused union, we confess the holy virgin to be the mother of God because God the Word took flesh and became man and from his very conception united to himself the temple he took from her" (Norman P.
But to get back to the boat on the river--which is at the heart of Lang's project--here is the unconfused interpretation, which does not fail to understand, takes context into account, and rests on a cautious reading of the text:
Christ, one distinct (and divine) subsistent in two intellectual natures, is moreover one psychological subject of two consciousnesses, which, in keeping with Chaldedon, are unconfused, unchanged, undivided, and unseparated.
and to remain, nevertheless, unconfused with them while in union.
The depth of Theodoret's interest in this issue is reflected in the structure of the Eranistes itself The text is comprised of three dialogues: "The Immutable (atreptos)," "The Unconfused (asygchytos)," and "The Impassible (apathes).