Eutychianism


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Related to Eutychianism: Apollinarianism, Docetism, Nestorianism, kenoticism

Eutychianism

Monophysitism. — Eutychian, n.
See also: Christ
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The mere invocation of the names of the great heresies of the past--Arianism, Nestorianism, Eunomianism, Docetism, Eutychianism, to name a few--may tempt us to believe that heresy is now a matter for the historians, and the degrees of remotion from our own setting these names indicate might imply that the whole thing is a dead issue (has anyone called you a "Donatist" recently?
Bonhoeffer is guarding against a latent eutychianism that is like the shade at the church's right hand whenever it talks about deification.
It is a heresy, for instance, to deny the fullness of either of the two natures in Christ; therefore both Arianism, which denies the fullness of Christ's divine nature, and Eutychianism, denying the fullness of his human nature, are heresy.