Monothelitism

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the theological doctrine that Christ had only one will even though he had two natures (human and divine)

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23) The Monothelites did not acknowledge this human natural will in Christ.
6) At the high point of the polemics with the Monothelites in 642-643, Maximus sent Peter the 12th of his Opuscula theologica et polemica (Migne, PG 91.
Under the influence of the same Sergius, the next period in the unionist politics of Heraclius and his collaborators began in 638, when the Emperor published the Monothelite Ekthesis.
a human being, in the center of the God-man relations) appeared as a radical antipode to Monothelite Christianity (which essentially undermined the basis of the teaching on the acceptance by God the Logos of a human nature).