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Severus of Antioch's Objection to Chalcedon - A Re-Assessment

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  • Thomas Daniel
    Severus of Antioch s Objection to Chalcedon - A Re-Assessment A new document in the Christological Controversy Study Area, Tenny Thomas new study on Severus
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      Severus of Antioch's Objection to Chalcedon - A Re-Assessment

      A new document in the Christological Controversy Study Area,
      'Tenny Thomas' new study on Severus of Antioch's objection
      to the Council of Chalcedon sheds light on the nature of the
      debate between those churches who did and did not accept the
      Definition of that council immediately after its proclamation.
      The study advances a careful examination of key terms in the
      debate—ousia, hypostasis, hyparxis, physis—and attempts to
      explore the manner in which Severus' wording and use of these
      terms relates theologically to their different employment by
      the Council. How authentically does the epithet 'monophysite',
      used now for centuries as a description of Severus and his
      thought, encapsulate his vision of the person of Christ?

      http://www.monachos.net/patristics/christology/severus_chalcedon.shtml

      Thomas Daniel (Reji)
      St. George Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Church
      Cheppaud, Alleppy, Kerala, India
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