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Eutychianism refers to a set of Christian theological doctrines derived from the ideas of Eutyches of Constantinople (c. 380 – c. 456). Eutychianism is a specific ...

Eutychianism | Theopedia

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Eutychianism was an early heresy which maintained that Jesus Christ was of one nature only. The heresy was named after Eutyches of Constantinople, who ...

Eutychianism | CARM Christian Apologetics & Research Ministry

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Eutychianism states that Christ's natures were so thoroughly combined--in a sense scrambled together--that the result was that Christ was not really truly able to ...

Eutychianism | Episcopal Church

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Heretical teaching about the person of Christ associated with Eutyches (c. 378- 454). He was the archimandrite (monastic superior) of a large monastery in ...

Eutychian | religion | Britannica.com

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Jul 20, 1998 ... Eutychian, a follower of the 4th–5th-century monk Eutyches, who advocated a type of Monophysitism, a belief that Christ had only one nature ...

What are Docetism, Apollinarianism, Ebionism, and Eutychianism?

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Answer: Docetism, Apollinarianism, Ebionism, and Eutychianism (also known as Monophysitism) are all false views of the relationship between Jesus' deity and ...

Eutychian | Definition of Eutychian by Merriam-Webster

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a follower of Eutyches in the belief that the divine and the human in the person of Christ so blend as to constitute but one nature so that Christ is of two natures ...

Eutychianism - definition of Eutychianism by The Free Dictionary

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Eutychianism synonyms, Eutychianism pronunciation, Eutychianism translation, English dictionary definition of Eutychianism. Monophysitism. — Eutychian , n.

Eutychian - definition of Eutychian by The Free Dictionary

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n. 1. (Eccl. Hist.) A follower of Eutyches [5th century], who held that the divine and the human in the person of Christ were blended together as to constitute but ...

A Puritan's Mind » The Eutychian Controversy – by William ...

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We shall first advert to the continued distinctness and completeness of the two natures in Christ, in opposition to Eutychianism; and then to the unity of the person ...

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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Eutychianism - New Advent

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Eutychianism and Monophysitism are usually identified as a single heresy. But as some Monophysites condemned Eutyches, the name Eutychians is given by ...

Eutyches and Eutychianism - Christian Classics Ethereal Library

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Eutyches (4) and Eutychianism. Eutyches was archimandrite of a monastery near Constantinople. For 70 years (as he told pope Leo) he had lived a monastic life ...

What is the difference between Apollinarianism and Eutychianism?

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Feb 13, 2015 ... Eutychianism denied the distinction of Jesus' natures. They affirmed his full divinity and full humanity, but believed that the two natures merged ...