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300-38. Diepen concludes, "Neo-chalcedonism was not a new doctrine, only a change of tactics, prompted by the ambiguous conclusions drawn from the moderation of St. Leo and the fathers of Chalcedon," p. 338. 30 C. Leontius of Jerusalem and his Writings. 1. Chronology and Biographical Data. The end of our historical sketch brings us to the beginning of the period of Leontius' literary activity. Because Leontius always refers to Severus' followers, and never to Severus directly, M. Richard suggests the year of Severus' death, 538, as the "terminus a quo" for the Leontian corpus: the Contra Monophysitas and the Adversus Nestorianu8, written in that order.

New Series, vol. 27, part 2 (Oxford at the Clarendon Press, 1976) pp. 333-369. 62 cols. 1278C 14 - 1280A 3. 63 col. 1560C 2f. 64 Evans, pp. 139-143. 33 doctrine. Nest. e. Nestorians and Origenists — , the reference to Leontius of Byzantium only indicates that he was a rigid dyophysite, whether he held to the doctrines of Evagrius or not, and that his understanding of the hypostatic union was unacceptable to Leontius of Jerusalem, and for that reason Leontius lumps him with Origenists and Nestorians.

2944D 13 � 2945B 13. 48 essence, the same essence being known wholly in three proeopa. The Father possesses the essence of the Godhead completely, as does the Son and the Holy Spirit. ' In other words, whatever marks belong to the essence of the Father belong also to the Divine Logos who was incarnate. The Son is not the Father, nor is the Father the Son for these names indicate their relationship to one another. So how would we not say that the essence of the Godhead is completely in the Christ, whom we say is perfect God?

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