- Author:J.G. Davies,Frances Margaret Young
- Publisher:University of Birmingham,Department of Theology (January 1986)
- Pages:34 pages
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God has shown great mercy to us throughout my pregnancy and delivery
God has shown great mercy to us throughout my pregnancy and delivery. You were breech until just a few days before you were born, and then God saw fit in His kindness and mercy to cause you to turn. Although labor was much longer than usual for me, the delivery was quick, uncomplicated and thrilling. And most of all, your coming to out house has given us all an opportunity to realize how much we truly love each other and to watch that love ~ and grow from our hearts to encompass you, tiny grrl, in its warm circle. How very blessed you are, Mercy, to be bom into a family that has claimed God's covenant mercy down through many generations.
He became truly man while remaining truly Go. From the point of view of Christ's humanity, the hypostatic union is the greatest gift one could receive, and is generally known as the grace of union.
He became truly man while remaining truly God. Jesus Christ is true God and true man" (CCC, 464). The divinity of Jesus Christ, the eternal Word of God, was dealt with in summary no. 5 on the Blessed Trinity. The doctrine of Chalcedon was confirmed and clarified in the year 553 by the Second Council of Constantinople, which offered an authentic interpretation of the previous Council. After repeatedly emphasising the unity of Christ, it affirmed that the union of the two natures in Christ takes place by hypostasis.
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Perhaps we can best appreciate what the Council of Chalcedon achieved by asking what the consequences would have . Or to put it more simply, Christ is fully and truly man, fully and truly God, at the same time, in a single person. Veiled in flesh the Godhead see; Hail the incarnate deity!
Perhaps we can best appreciate what the Council of Chalcedon achieved by asking what the consequences would have been if either Nestorius or Eutyches had won the day. Let’s take Nestorianism first. If the incarnation is really a case of a human son of Mary being indwelt by a divine Son of God, then Christ is no different in principle from any holy human. Veiled in flesh the Godhead see; Hail the incarnate deity! Pleased as Man with man to appear: Jesus, our Emmanuel here. The fathers of Chalcedon did a fine job.
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This Council of Chalcedon is the fourth of the seven ecumenical councils accepted by Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, and .
This Council of Chalcedon is the fourth of the seven ecumenical councils accepted by Eastern Orthodox, Catholic, and many Protestant Christian churches. It is the first Council not recognized by any of the Oriental Orthodox churches. Therefore, following the holy fathers, we all with one accord teach men to acknowledge one and the same Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, at once complete in Godhead and complete in manhood, truly God and truly man, consisting also of a reasonable soul and body; of one substance with the Father as regards his Godhead, and at the same time of one substance.