Julianism

Julianism

the heretical theory of Julian, 6th-century bishop of Halicarnassus, who took the extreme Monophysite position that Christ’s human nature had been subsumed in and altered by the divine. — Julianist, n.
See also: Christ
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She coins "Julianism" for a phenomenon nationally and internationally recognized.
Nevertheless, in this chapter Clayton all too readily accepts the view of many scholars that these traditions have strong connections with anti-Chalcedonian sentiment or "Julianism," points not at all evident from the texts themselves.
Julianism is marked by bitterness and resentment over losing that power, and not by voluntary acquiescence to the loss.