Flashcards in Lesson 6 Deck (12):
Docetism was a gnostic doctrine that Christ was spirit being only
The early Church Fathers insisted upon the false humanity of Jesus.
Apollinarius asserted that the divine nature took the place of the human nature in Christ
The minority of the bishops and theologians held that the personality of Jesus Christ was a union of God and man, deity and humanity in one nature.
The Apollinarian Heresy was condemned by the Council of Constantinople in A.D. 381
Apollinarius remained a part of the church after this controversy
Nestorius of Constantinople taught that the "Logos" resided in the humanity of Jesus as in a shrine or house.
The Alexandrian School of though and Athanasius used the term "Mary Mother of God"
The Council of Chalcedon was convened in A.D. 451 to resolve the two natures of Christ
Monophysitism opposed the doctrine of redemption
The Maronites believed that Jesus had one divine human will.