The two natures in Christ: a monograph concerning the two natures in Christ, their hypostatic union, the communication of their attributes, and related questions, recently prepared and revised on the basis of Scripture and the witnesses of the ancient church
Translation of De Duabus Naturis in Christo demonstrates the evangelical Christology of the Lutheran reformers.
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activities ancient church assumed human nature assumed nature Athanasius Augustine Basel blood bodily body of Christ called Christ's human nature cites commingling communication of attributes concrete confess creature crucified Cyril Damascenus death deity divine Logos divine nature divine power doctrine dwells earth Epistola essence essential attributes eternal Eutyches exalted explain faith Father fire flesh of Christ genus gifts given to Christ glory Godhead grace heated iron heaven Holy Spirit humiliation hypostasis hypostatic union Ibid incarnate Christ Incarnatione Irenaeus John joined life-giving Likewise Lord Luke manhood Mansi Matt Mediator Monothelites mystery natural properties nature in Christ Nestorius Paul person of Christ personal union pertain possesses predicated present proper qualities received redemption right hand salvation Savior says Scholastics Scripture soul speaks statement subsists substance suffering teaching term Tertullian Theodoret things Trinity true understand unity whole fullness wisdom words worship xatd xoivcovia