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40. Eduard Schwartz, “Zur Vorgeschichte des ephesinischen Konzils,” Historische Zeitschrift 112 (1914): 258. ; Peter L’Huillier, The Church of the Ancient Councils: The Disciplinary Work of the First Four Ecumenical Councils (Crestwood, ny: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 1995). 145. 28 CHAPTER 2 Nestorius with the Twelve Anathemas arrived in Constantinople. Its ecumenicity is reflected in the universal eagerness for convocation of such a council. 43 But his request alone does not fully account for the summons, since his opponents in Constantinople expressed the same aspiration.

Also, the bishops at the Councils would refer to one other by such exalted titles as “most pious” or “most devout” even when they were accusing one other of heresy. The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon, which have come down to us, are replete with such turns of phrase. See The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon: General Introduction, Documents before the Council, Session I, vol. 1, Translated Texts for Historians, Vol. ; The Acts of the Council of Chalcedon: Sessions ii–x, Session on Carosus and Dorotheus, Session on Photius and Eustathius, Session on Domnus, vol.

He publicly acknowledged that the Virgin Mary could be properly called Theotokos, inasmuch as the term was understood to refer to Christ’s human nature, since Christ qua Logos is without generation (in terms of the beginning of existence) by definition. 38 All of this was done within the timeframe which Celestine set in his ultimatum. Thus, strictly speaking, Celestine’s mandate to Cyril ceased in December 430. Cyril had no right to pursue the matter further on behalf of the Church of Rome. The fact that he did suggests certain personal motivations.

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