Nestorius and His Teaching: A Fresh Examination of the Evidence. With Special Reference to the Newly Recovered Apology of Nestorius (The Bazaar of Heraclides). (Google eBook)
The University Press, 1908 - 232 pages
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Page 69 - H. £. vii 34. IN close connexion with the term " Mother of God " we must consider one of the sayings for which Nestorius has never been forgiven — the one which Socrates reports as spoken by him in conversation with another bishop at Ephesus. It was on one of the days when they were still waiting for the arrival of John of Antioch and the bishops of his province ; and Theodotus, bishop of Ancyra in Galatia, took the opportunity to go and talk to Nestorius and convince him, if he could, of the...
Page 143 - I will declare thy name to my brethren ; In the midst of the congregation I will sing praise to thee. " And again : I will put my trust in him.
Page 116 - For such a high priest became us, holy, guileless, undefiled, separated from sinners, and made higher than the heavens ; who needeth not daily, like those high priests, to offer up sacrifices, first for his own sins, and then for the sins of the people : for this he did once for all, when he offered up himself.
Page 197 - The goal of my earnest wish, then, is that God may be blessed on earth as in heaven. But as for Nestorius, — let him be anathema ! Only let them say of God what I pray that they should say. I am prepared to endure and to suffer all for Him. And would God that all men by anathematizing me might attain to a reconciliation with God. 1 Nestorius and his teaching, pp.
Page 126 - The Holy Spirit shall come upon thee, and the Power of the Most High shall overshadow thee; therefore also that HOLY THING that shall be born of thee, shall be called THE SON OF GOD.
Page 84 - is indivisible in His being Christ, but He is twofold in His being ' God and His being man. He is single in His Sonship ; He is ' twofold in Him who has assumed and him who is assumed. ' In the person of the Son He is a single (person), but, as with ' two eyes, He is different in the natures of manhood and God' head. For we know not two Christs or two Sons or Only...
Page 167 - ... the Father is God, and the Son is God, and the Holy Ghost is God, and each is God...
Page 67 - . But there seems to have been little discussion of the term itself. It was quietly dropped, both from the Article on the Incarnation, which in all other respects closely follows the Definition of Chalcedon, and from the place which it had come to occupy in the public prayers of the Church8. The invocation "Saint Mary, mother of God, our Saviour Jesus Christ, pray for us ", which had been retained in Cranmer's 1 The Lutherans and all the reformed Churches also discarded the term. The fact that the...