Apollinarian Christology and the anti-Marcellan tradition

Spoerl, Kelley McCarthy
October 1994
Journal of Theological Studies;Oct94, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p545
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Examines the teachings of Marcellus and Photinus as the basis of Appolinarius' Christological model. Combined evidence of the arrangement of material in Apollinarius' Trinitarian treatise `Detailed Confession of the Faith'; Marcellus and Photinus as the chief proponents of the dyoprosopic Christology criticized by Apollinarius.


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