Nestorius


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Nestorius

died ?451 ad, Syrian churchman; patriarch of Constantinople (428--431); deposed for heresy by the Council of Ephesus
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Cyril led the First Council of Ephesus in condemning Nestorius as a heretic and forcibly removing him from his see.
34) Boece, Contre Eutyches et Nestorius, Prooemium, 67.
Object of the contract to study the drafting of a preliminary and final design for the exploitation of the reservoir formed by the dam construction in the municipality of nestorius.
The third confession in these later manuscripts recounts the anathemas against the heretics Arius, Macedonius, and Nestorius.
It seems that Nerses agreed to speak about the Chyrilian formula against Nestorius and about "two natures" against Eutyches.
In addition to that, also with many bishops and teachers who decided unitedly against Nestorius, the bishop of Constantinople, that God's Word suffered in the flesh and was crucified in the flesh.
Rather than being Antiochene, Edwards argues that every doctrine that was peculiar to Antiochene theologians such as Theodore of Mopsuestius and Nestorius was rejected at Chalcedon, while the Alexandrian (and formerly heretical) propositions of Apollinarius were affirmed (171).
Nestorius attempted to consolidate his position by attacking, removing, and imprisoning heretics.
Azazel" was a masterpiece rich with deep and well-drawn characters such as Hypatia and Nestorius.
On his return, he escorted the newly elected bishop of Constantinople, Nestorius, from Syria to the capital.
These people tend to get called "Nestorians" after a bishop named Nestorius, who was condemned as a heretic, though he would probably be considered orthodox today.
Ishaq al-Kindi's enormously influential Risalat 'Abd al-Masih al-Kindi ila 'Abdallah al-Hashimis (Apology of al-Kindi), (6) which alleged that a Christian monk by the name of Sergius, alias Nestorius, had helped the Prophet in the composition of the Qur'an.