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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 3 | apart from the conjoined Logos, and a God only by stretching 2 3 | respectively) betokens the Logos derived from God; since 3 3 | not that the nature of the Logos was transformed into flesh, 4 3 | it is to be said that the Logos united to Himself, with 5 3 | origin of the nature of the Logos, or, more specifically speaking, 6 3 | respect to substance, the Logos is said to have been begotten 7 4 | Son and only-begotten God Logos, Lord Jesus Christ, precisely 8 5 | Nestorius and declared the Logos to be a different God than 9 6 | hypostasis of the God-man Logos each form acted in communion 10 6 | in other words, that the Logos wrought that which was the 11 6 | was the function of the Logos, whereas the body performed 12 7”,78| rate, who gave birth to the Logos in the flesh who is incapable 13 7”,78| in the flesh to the God Logos, who cannot be bounded spatially; 14 7”,81| the humiliation of the God Logos, and in memory of His life 15 8”,23| person together with His Logos, in the same manner as a 16 8”,23| being is one with his own logos (i.e., reason), and believing 17 8”,23| universe, and declaring the Logos to be only the oral word, 18 8”,23| among other things that the Logos (or rational faculty) served 19 8”,23| he used to say that the Logos received a body without 20 8”,23| to substance, of the God Logos — which is the same thing 21 8”,23| the substance of the God Logos. For this property of substances 22 8”,23| the substance of the God Logos which was given birth out 23 8”,23| will, therefore not the Logos of God that was born, but 24 8”,23| natural free choice, had the Logos of God following (i.e., 25 8”,23| concerning the two natures of the Logos incarnate, on account of 26 8”,23| other words, that the God Logos became a human being only 27 8”,23| characteristic peculiarity of the Logos functioning to bring about 28 8”,23| about that which is of the Logos, while the body executes 29 8”,23| Accordingly, just as the Logos is inseparable from the 30 8”,23| the beginning He was the Logos, and the Logos was with 31 8”,23| He was the Logos, and the Logos was with God, and the Logos 32 8”,23| Logos was with God, and the Logos was God; while He is a human 33 8”,23| respect, to wit, that the Logos became flesh and dwelt among 34 8”,23| same time flesh of the God Logos, according to another theologian). 35 8”,23| the hypostasis of the God Logos. That is why there is but 36 8”,23| calls the union of the God Logos with the human being a relative 37 8”,23| took that of the Son and Logos in relation to God the Father). 38 8”,23| Incarnation of the divine Logos (p. 905 of Vol. II of the

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