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Posted at Dec 06/2010 04:00PM:
ian: Thus part of the complex doctrinal debates and tensions that were a part of Egypt in late antiquity.
Posted at Dec 03/2010 05:10PM:
Sabrina Ergun: People who believed in Nestorianism, a Christian doctrine written by Nestorius, the Patriarch of Constantinople (428-431). It emphasizes the difference between the human and the divine aspects of Jesus, saying in essence that Christ’s humanity and his divinity are separate entities. The most significant opponent of Nestorianism was the prominent church leader, Cyril of Alexandria.