Eutyches

(c. 384-c. 456) Christian theologian. An archimandrite (monastic head) in Constantinople, he held that Jesus had only one nature, the human nature being subsumed in the divine (a belief which...
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Eutyches

Eutyches (yOO'tikēs) , c.378–c.452, archimandrite in Constantinople, sponsor of Eutychianism, the first phase of Monophysitism. He was the leader in Constantinople of the most violent opponents of Nestorianism, among whom was Dioscurus, successor to St. Cyril (d. 444) as patriarch of...
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Eutyches

Eutyches was a Greek heresiarch. He lived in the 5th century. He was superior of a monastery near Constantinople (Istanbul), and his heresy consisted in maintaining that after the incarnation there was only a divine nature in Christ under the appearance of a human body. The doctrines of Eutyches were condemned by the Council of Chalcedon in 451, an...
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