Talk:Miaphysitism

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Well, here it is. What do ya think? --Midnite Critic 8 July 2005 00:55 (UTC)

Thanks for getting this going. I'll add a little more about the theology, linguistics and politics behind the stance when I can. --Gareth Hughes 00:04, 29 September 2005 (UTC)

Syriac text showing up as ???[edit]

Hi. Why does the Syriac text show up as something else (pre-Aramaic script Hebrew?) rather than Syriac? I tried to edit it (I have the Syriac keyboard on my computer) but it didn't make any difference. I've seen Syriac script show up elsewhere on Wikipedia, so why doesn't it work here?

Mark Dickens

Excellent article; but where is the bibliography?[edit]

132.66.234.191 (talk) 12:35, 21 November 2007 (UTC)

Mega-Huh![edit]

Miaphysitism: Divinity and Humanity are united in one "nature" ("physis"), the two being united without separation, without confusion, and without alteration.
Dyophysitism: Christ is one person in two natures, but emphasizes that the natures are "without confusion, without change, without division, without separation".

Is this the schism? 1 nature here and 2 nature there, and the whole googleplex of it yet having exactly identical qualities. Am I stupid, or ... ... said: Rursus (bork²) 14:03, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

  • Rursus, this schism was and is a complex mix of conflict involving theology, language, personalities, politics, and culture. The supporters of Chalcedon tended to be members of the dominant Greco-Roman social and political elements, while those who rejected it were mostly from culturally and politically marginal groups, the rural Syrians, the Copts, the Armenians. --Midnite Critic (talk) 15:46, 3 June 2009 (UTC)

Miaphysitism in Greek[edit]

I think there is a need to write full sentence(s) on the etymology of the word, Miaphysitism for better understanding. --Komitsuki (talk) 07:28, 9 August 2010 (UTC)