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“The Condemnation of Eutyches at the Council of Constantinople in 448”
Eutyches expresses his views on the nature of Christ and is condemned.
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Archbishop Flavian said: Do you confess that the one and the same Son, our
Lord Jesus Chris, is consubstantial with His Father as to His Divinity, and
consubstantial with His mother as to His humanity?
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Council of Constantinople,
μετὰ δὲ τὴν ἕνωσιν, μίαν φύσιν ὁμολογῶ
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