Protestant theological system and an approach to the Christian life named after John Calvin

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Were Luther and Calvin Aphthartodocetists?

Julian of Halicarnassus (d. 527) was condemned at a council in Constantinople in 536. In denying a distinction between ousia (common essence) and physis (particular nature), Julian was faced with the ...
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Was Calvin a Nestorian?

Was John Calvin a Nestorian? I ask because of the (at least superficial similarity) between the extra calvinisticum and Nestorian thought, and because his theology of the Lord's Supper has ...
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Was Christ assumed our fallen humanity?

This question will be clarified further. Please leave a comment to ask for further clarification if it's still not clear. The whole man would not have been saved, unless he had taken upon himself ...