- This word (from the Greek monos, meaning "single," and physis, meaning "nature,") refers to the position that Christ has only a single divine nature. Monophysitism was rejected by the Council of Chalcedon (451) that taught that Christ had a human nature as well as a divine nature.
Glossary of theological terms. John T. Ford. 2014.
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Monophysitism — noun see Monophysite … New Collegiate Dictionary
Monophysitism — See Monophysitic. * * * … Universalium
monophysitism — noun A Christian believe which holds that the human nature of Jesus Christ was essentially absorbed by the divine, and thus that he essentially had but one nature, contrary to the orthodox view that Christ has two natures, both fully human and… … Wiktionary
MONOPHYSITISM — a development of CHRISTOLOGY which taught that in CHRIST there was one divine NATURE as opposed to the ORTHODOX view that Christ was both human and divine. The teaching was condemned at the COUNCIL OF CHALCEDON but flourished in Coptic, Syrian … Concise dictionary of Religion
monophysitism — belief that Christ was primarily divine but in human form Ecclesiastical Terms Philosophical Isms … Phrontistery dictionary
Monophysitism — The belief that in the person of Jesus Christ there was but one divine nature and that he was not fully human … Who’s Who in Christianity
monophysitism — mo·noph·y·sit·ism … English syllables
Monophysitism — Монофизитство … Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов