- a religious and PHILOSOPHICAL movement which emerged in Graeco-Roman society as a blend of essentially PLATONIC, PYTHAGOREAN, STOIC, and ARISTOTELIAN elementsits chief exponent was PLOTINUS. The philosophy had a strong MYSTICAL inclination and was easily adapted to the needs of CHRISTIAN thinkers seeking to reconcile Christian and PAGAN thought.
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nestorianism — NESTORIANÍSM s.n. Doctrina nestorienilor (nestorian). (cf. fr. nestorianisme) Trimis de tavi, 25.04.2005. Sursa: MDN NESTORIANÍSM s.n. Doctrina nestorienilor. [pron. ri a . / < fr. nestorianisme]. Trimis de LauraGel … Dicționar Român
Nestorianism — Nes*to ri*an*ism, n. The doctrines of the Nestorian Christians, or of Nestorius. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Nestorianism — [nes tôr′ē ən iz΄əm] n. the unorthodox doctrine attributed to Nestorius (patriarch of Constantinople, A.D. 428 431) alleging the existence of two persons (one divine, one human) in Jesus Christ: declared heretical in 431 Nestorian n., adj. * * *… … Universalium
Nestorianism — [nes tôr′ē ən iz΄əm] n. the unorthodox doctrine attributed to Nestorius (patriarch of Constantinople, A.D. 428 431) alleging the existence of two persons (one divine, one human) in Jesus Christ: declared heretical in 431 Nestorian n., adj … English World dictionary
Nestorianism — For the church sometimes known as the Nestorian Church, see Church of the East. Nestorianism is a Christological doctrine advanced by Nestorius, Patriarch of Constantinople from 428–431. The doctrine, which was informed by Nestorius s studies… … Wikipedia
Nestorianism — noun see Nestorian … New Collegiate Dictionary
Nestorianism — noun The heterodox religious beliefs of the followers of . These included that Christ has two natures, one wholly human and one wholly divine, that Mary was the mother of his human nature, and that each is to be worshiped as God … Wiktionary
Nestorianism — The doctrine defended by Nestorius, who occupied the see of Constantinople in 428, that Christ consisted of two separate persons, one divine and one human. It was condemned in favour of the doctrine that he was one person, both divine and human.… … Philosophy dictionary
Nestorianism — Heresy (q.v.) that takes its name from Nestorios, patriarch of Constantinople (qq.v.) from 428 431. Nestorios maintained, in opposition to Cyril, patriarch of Alexandria (qq.v.), that the divine and human natures of Christ had less intimate… … Historical dictionary of Byzantium
Nestorianism — The beliefs associated with the teachings of nestorius, that there were two separate persons in Jesus Christ, the divine and the human … Who’s Who in Christianity