Theopaschitism

Theopaschitism

a 6th-century heretical doctrine maintaining that Christ had only one nature, the divine, and that this nature suffered at the Crucifixion. — Theopaschite, n.
See also: Heresy
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Cyril's dualistic deviations from Gregory, such as his acceptance of the impassability of the Word in Christ's suffering, result from an appropriation of Athanasius in a self-defense against accusations of theopaschitism.
An early Greek Christian theologian for whom the 6th-century Trinitarian heresy of theopaschitism was named.