- The doctrine associated with leontius of Byzantium and St John of damascus, that within the Godhead the personal humanity of the man Jesus was not lost.
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enhypostasia — noun Something which subsists in another personality or partakes of another hypostasis. The Logos was bound to the flesh through the Spirit, which stands between the purely divine and the materiality of the flesh. The human nature of Jesus was… … Wiktionary
enhypostasia — en·hy·po·sta·sia … English syllables
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enhypostatic — adjective see enhypostasia * * * enhypostatic / statˈik/ adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑enhypostasia … Useful english dictionary
Theodore Ascidas — ▪ Greek monk theologian Greek Theodoros Askidas died 558, probably Constantinople monk theologian and archbishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia, who was the leading advocate of a Platonist school of Christian theology and a principal… … Universalium
Leontius of Byzantium — (sixth century) Theologian. The identity of Leontius is confused. There was a Scythian monk of that name who was involved in the controversy about the suffering of the Godhead in the crucifixion. Most scholars believe he was different from… … Who’s Who in Christianity
-stasia — ˈstāzh(ē)ə, āsh noun combining form ( s) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek, from statos standing (from the stem of histanai to cause to stand) + ia y more at stand … Useful english dictionary
enhypostasis — noun see enhypostasia … Useful english dictionary
enhypostatize — or enhypostatise / posˈtə tīz/ transitive verb • • • Main Entry: ↑enhypostasia … Useful english dictionary
enhypostatise — enhypostatize or enhypostatise / posˈtə tīz/ transitive verb • • • Main Entry: ↑enhypostasia … Useful english dictionary