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NOUN   Nestorianism | Nestorianisms
несторијанизам {м}
несторијанство {ср}
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Translation for 'Nestorianism' from English to Serbian

несторијанизам {м}Ист.религ.

несторијанство {ср}Ист.религ.
Usage Examples English
  • The council deposed Nestorius, repudiated Nestorianism, and proclaimed the Virgin Mary as the Theotokos.
  • He has published extensively on Nestorianism in Inner Mongolia which resulted in a Ph.D. at the Sinological Institute of Leiden University in 2007.
  • At the fifth Council of Orleans and second Council of Auvergne, he combated Nestorianism. He died on May 8, 550. May 8 is his feast day in the west.
  • and stated that Palmer's reading of Tang era Nestorian texts and his claim of syncretism of Nestorianism with Eastern religions is inaccurate and misleading.
  • After the condemnation of Nestorianism at the First Council of Ephesus in 431, the use of theotokia during the course of the Divine Services gradually increased.
  • There are no Eastern Catholic jurisdictions (although Nestorianism still remains in the region).
  • Nestorianism was condemned as heresy at the Council of Ephesus (431).
  • The Creed's wording thus excludes not only Sabellianism and Arianism but also the Christological heresies of Nestorianism and Eutychianism.
  • Nestorian relates to Nestorianism, a Christological doctrine developed by Nestorius, leading to the Nestorian controversy and Nestorian Schism; it was condemned as heresy by the Council of Ephesus in 431.
  • Miaphysites rejected that definition as verging on Nestorianism and instead adhered to the wording of Cyril of Alexandria, the chief opponent of Nestorianism, who had spoken of the "one ("mia") nature of the Word of God incarnate" ([...] "mia physis tou theou logou sesarkōmenē").
  • After the forced closure of the School of Edessa in 489 by Emperor Zeno, Barsauma welcomed the teachers and students and reopened the School of Nisibis, becoming the key centre for Nestorianism [...] in the East.
  • There has been a statement that the Chalcedonian Creed restored Nestorianism, however this is refuted by maintaining the following distinctions associated with the "person" of Christ: two hypostases, two natures (Nestorian); one hypostasis, one nature (Monophysite); one hypostasis, two natures (Eastern Orthodox/Catholic).
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