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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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natures

   Council,  Canon
1 3 | personality alone; and that the natures conjoined for the purpose 2 3 | because the difference of the natures was eliminated or abrogated 3 3 | but rather that the two natures formed for us the one Lord 4 3 | wrought the union of the two natures, the panegyris of the salvatory 5 4 | boldly confused the two natures of Christ, the divine and 6 4 | Only-begotten (composed) of two natures unconfusably, inconvertibly, 7 4 | in the difference of the natures on account of the union, 8 6 | as He also possessed two natures — that is to say, in other 9 6 | nor the humanity, the two natures of Christ, remained without 10 6 | the peculiarities of the natures should be refuted, which 11 6 | will and the energy, the natures themselves should inevitably 12 7”,1 | Son of God composed of two natures and in these two same natures 13 7”,1 | natures and in these two same natures glorified; and we have driven 14 8”,23| Savior derives (sc. His two natures), as who should say, the 15 8”,23| Christ signifies both the two natures unconflated and the single 16 8”,23| with respect to which these natures were inconflatably united. 17 8”,23| doctrine concerning the two natures of the Logos incarnate, 18 8”,23| humanity of Christ, and His two natures; and secondly, in order 19 8”,23| theologically of the two natures of Christ and of the one 20 8”,23| the assertion that the two natures are united indivisibly and 21 8”,23| clearer notion of the two natures inconvertibly and unconfusably 22 8”,23| Christians confess the two natures to be essentially united, 23 8”,23| definition). The expressiontwo naturesdenotes the difference 24 8”,23| essence of the two conjoined natures, which are, to wit, the 25 8”,23| signify the fact that the two natures when combined together did 26 8”,23| alike, and each of the two natures remains undiminished in 27 8”,23| call the union of the two natures in connection with Christ 28 8”,23| have resulted from the two natures a single composite nature, 29 8”,23| dogmatizes that the two natures of Christ were united, not 30 8”,23| Christ composed of the two natures, distinguished as the divinity 31 8”,23| existential and subsistential natures, or, that is to say, actual 32 8”,23| that is to say, actual natures or real natures) after the 33 8”,23| actual natures or real natures) after the union, by conjoining 34 8”,23| true enough, there were two natures in Christ, but after the 35 8”,23| Christ consisted of two natures, before the union, that 36 8”,23| say, but not also in two natures, after the union, that is 37 8”,23| And if Christ hath not two natures, as you say, how could He 38 8”,23| since there are also two natures inherent in Him, of which, 39 8”,23| single hypostasis with two natures, the Divine and the human, 40 8”,23| being. For each of the two natures wills and energizes its


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