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The Nature of Christ: Monophysitism vs. Chalcedonianism - Christian

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Started: 7/2/2016 Category: Religion
Updated: 7 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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nyech

Pro

After private research, I have come to the conclusion that Christ is of one nature: homoiousian with the Father and homoiousian with man. This is normally considered Monophysite, and that's propbably an accurate title for my belief, even though it's not exactly the same as Eutychianism and not even close to Miasphytism. To me, both Nestorianism and Chalcedonianism both suggest a disconnect between the humanity and godliness of Christ.
vi_spex

Con

christ is from supernature, fantasy.. for it to rise from the grave
Debate Round No. 1
nyech

Pro

I don't think you understand the focus of this debate. It's Monophysitism vs. Chalcedonianism.
vi_spex

Con

its the same, but supernature is a construct, not nature.. nature is not of the mind or from the mind
Debate Round No. 2
nyech

Pro

I'm here to argue for Monophysitism and against Chalcedonianism (or Nestorianism.) If you don't argue about the topic, I'll close this debate.
vi_spex

Con

im saying they are equally the same level of non sense, no difference
Debate Round No. 3
nyech

Pro

Then this is the wrong debate. Look for a debate suited for what you're arguing.
vi_spex

Con

i am a higher level position, knowledge.. if i am not con you are no longer religious
Debate Round No. 4
nyech

Pro

You're so stupid. Do you not understand that I choose the topic of debate?
vi_spex

Con

so you are con on this stuff to great
Debate Round No. 5
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