In my own case, depending on which angle you want to play, the answer could be WASP or Asian American; writer, editor, or public servant; conservative traditionalist or libertarian; Calvinist, Catholic, Armenian Monophysite
, or Deist...
aided by the defection of the native Egyptians who hated the Greeks and had become disaffected towards the Roman imperial government because of the Monophysite
David Michelson resituates the Syriac writings of the late fifth-century Roman Monophysite
Philoxenos of Mabbug within an older tradition of Cappadocian theologians.
* Q 5:73 rebuts Monophysite
Christology and not Chalcedonian Christology.
A prominent feature of this poetry [Qine poetry] is the use of "wax and gold." Its basis is the Monophysite
conception of Christ professed by the Ethiopian national church.
2323-2327; Idem, Mariage dans l'Eglise nestorienne et les Eglises monophysite
, ibid., col.
But it seems virtually impossible to conceive that without verging on a Monophysite
theology, in which the humanity is compromised for the sake of the full divinity, and indeed the infancy becomes something of a pretence." (3) St.
In 488 Xenaias (Philoxenus), Monophysite
bishop of Hierapolis in Syria (d.
Patrick's mission in Ireland, and Leo also settled the politically and theologically complex Nestorian monophysite
heresy by calling the Council of Chalcedon, which resulted in the schism of all Christians in the Eastern empire who did not speak Greek: Armenians, Copts, and Syrians among them.
Remarkably, Al Farabi influenced other thinkers as well, including Yahya Ibn Adi -- a Christian Monophysite
who "held that there was a real link between reason, ethics and politics" -- as well as Abu Sulaiman Al Sijistani, who became known as Al Sijistani Al Mantiqi (The Logician), because of his devotion to Platonic/Farabian logic.
(3) The Case of Pope Honorius (625-638): The Monophysite
movement had been a cause of trouble in the East ever since the Council of Chalcedon.
119-224) in a chapter on the non-Chalcedonian churches illustrates the existence and essence of the Oriental Orthodox churches, showing how they were different from the self-proclaimed 'Orthodoxy' of Byzantium, and thereby stressing how the term 'monophysite
' remains problematic.