Tag Archives: Una Natura

Book Review: On The Unity Of Christ

On The Unity Of Christ, by St. Cyril of Alexandria Being a reader deeply interested in the Monophysite controversy, which is a deeply obscure one even if it had momentous historical consequences for Christendom in the Middle East, sometimes means … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Temptation Of Christ (Heathen Edition)

The Temptation Of Christ (Heathen Edition), by George S. Barrett It should be noted at the outset that this book is not really a heathen book but Heathen Edition is the publisher of the work.  The subject of the temptation … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Two Natures In The Child Of God

The Two Natures In The Child Of God, by Ethelbert William Bullinger When one looks at the question of the nature of Christ [1], it is worthwhile to compare and contrast that nature with that of the believer.  After all, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Nature Of Christ

The Nature Of Christ, by H.H. Pope Shenouda III As part of my research for the Una Natura project [1], I thought it would be worthwhile to read, if possible, some literature by those who consider themselves to be Monophysites … Continue reading

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Book Review: Monophysitism Past And Present: A Study In Christology

Monophysitism Past And Present:  A Study In Christology, by A.A. Luce Make no mistake, this book is a mess.  It is not a worthless mess, something that one should avoid reading, rather a revealing mess that is quite worth reading … Continue reading

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Avoiding Total Depravity

Having just examined the way that Catholics try to create a hedge around the impassability and incorruption of Jesus Christ by trying to pass off the absence of “original sin” and the understanding that Jesus Christ gained from sharing the … Continue reading

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Mysteries Of The Bible: What Does The Nature Of Christ Have To Do With The Virgin Mary?

At first glance, the nature of Christ would not have anything to do with the virgin Mary.  Yet when we look at the distinctive and unbiblical doctrines of the Roman Catholic Church relating to the Virgin Mary, one finds that … Continue reading

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A.A. Luce And The Problem Of Definitions

One of the implications that can be gathered from reading Luce’s work on Monophysitism is that definitions are a big problem when one is looking at the nature of Christ.  While I do not wish to explore this topic in … Continue reading

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The Nature Of Jesus Christ As High Priest

In Hebrews 4:14-16, we have a convincing picture of Jesus Christ as a compassionate high priest:  “Seeing then that we have a great High Priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, let us hold fast our confession.  For we do not … Continue reading

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Able To Be Tempted: Part Three

In our previous discussion [1] we examined some scriptures that discussed the fact that Jesus Christ was able to be tempted, and today we will examine the two more verses within the same passage that straightforwardly describe how Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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