Council of Chalcedon

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the fourth ecumenical council in 451 which defined the two natures (human and divine) of Christ

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The latter drove out the Chalcedonians and gave their churches and monasteries to the non-Chalcedonians.
Although they belonged to the Syrian culture, they chose the Chalcedonian camp at first, later to follow the emperor Heraclius (575-641) in his attempts to unite Chalcedonians and non-Chalcedonians through the Monothelite compromise.
The doctrine -- though certainly not the technical formula -- of the humanity's enhypostasis in the Logos has its origins in the sixth century (and may have been current among some Chalcedonians, as the report in the Epilyseis of Leontius of Byzantium indicates).
As I shall contend in this article, the doctrine that the humanity of Christ subsists in the hypostasis or person of the Logos is championed by Chalcedonian authors in the controversy on the Christology of the Council of 451 from the sixth century onwards (though not by Leontius of Byzantium, as was taken for granted in the wake of Loofs), whereby the technical meaning of enhypostatos as expressing this doctrine gradually emerges.
The author presents an introduction to the Chalcedonian Orthodox churches.
The emergence of Islam onto the stage of world history was the appearance of an alternative that was a kind of antipode to the religious ideology of the ruling Chalcedonians in the Byzantium, who were prone to unite with heretics and to distort the Orthodox teaching.
If the two natures or substances of Christ (to which the Chalcedonians give the name `duality of natures') are united, Christ is either other than his natures or identical with them.
It further allowed for ecumenical dialogue with other anti-Chalcedonian churches, and even with Chalcedonians and Nestorians, all of whom had come to share a common language and were unencumbered by political interference from the Roman government.
But broadening our understanding of what is in complete concert with Tradition would help immeasurably in our internal renewal, and give greater scope to our dialogue with other churches, not to mention the dialogue between Chalcedonians and non-Chalcedonians.
15), agnoetic doctrine may have been acceptable to Chalcedonians.
This gives a full and detailed account (using both literary and archaeological evidence) of the history of Christianity in South Arabia, including relevant details about the varying relations between this area and Ethiopia, between local Judaism and Christianity, and between Chalcedonians and anti-Chalcedonians.
The later Georgian Life turns the story's hero into a Chalcedonian figure, given Georgia's acceptance of Chalcedonian orthodoxy in early medieval times.
The first is not really a `neo-' or Cyrillian Chalcedonian at all, nor is his Christology in any definable way `Origenist' (D.
The other was to develop furtiler the Chalcedonian interests that had dominated his 1966 volume.
48) The Ephesian and Chalcedonian Fathers chose Cyril's term hypostasis apparently as the best word available to signify in a descriptive way(49) how a Christian ought to speak about the unity of Christ that justified both the New Testament witnesses and the creedal and the age-old traditional ways of referring to the Incarnate Word and Mary.