Nestorianism is the logical consequence for those who deny the Theotokos.
The Council of Chalcedon took place a mere twenty years after the Council of Ephesus. Its impact on Christology and doctrine is one that cannot be understated. The council came about because of a new teaching on the nature of Christ by a monk by the name of Eutyches. To summarize his view, he taught... Continue Reading →
Within the early church there were many issues when it came to Christology. Some would take a piece of scripture and develop a whole theology without properly exegeting or considering what other scriptures say on an issue. To put it in modern terms it was proof texting, but on a grandiose scale. A scale in... Continue Reading →