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The short answer is that, correctly understood, Miaphysitism can be compatible with the Catholic Faith. In order to see how this is so, it is important to understand carefully what Catholics understand by “Miaphysistism.” This position refers to a formula attributed to St. Cyril of Alexandria, intended to defend the so-called “communion of properties” in ...


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My understanding is that Divine nature and human nature cannot 'merge' but are united in the Person of Christ. The union is in his Person, not in an attribute : 'nature'. I assume that I would be referred to as a 'Chalcedonian'. From my own point of view, therefore, as a Chalcedonian, the situation is not reconcilible. The concept of Divine nature and human ...


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One nature or two? A Divine nature, in one person; or, Divine-plus-Human natures in one person? Which is it? A hypostatic union, or a miaphysite unity? Which is it? Each perspective has something going for it. On the miaphysite side, God the Son has been one with the Father and Spirit for eternity. How could he be anything but God? Yes, Jesus became a human ...


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