Heresy, named for
Apollinaris of Laodicea, which teaches that
Christ did not have a human soul, or that the
human soul of Jesus was replaced by the Holy Spirit
at some point, or that He did not have human
consciousness but only Divine consciousness.
These views were clearly influences on the Eutychian
form of monophysitism.
Norman Hugh Redington
- Charles E. Raven:
Cambridge University Press, 1923.
- SOME OPPONENTS:
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