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Union of two hypostasis

Discussion in 'The Voice In The Desert - Oriental Orthodox' started by BlighttownBob, Aug 15, 2020.

  1. BlighttownBob

    BlighttownBob New Member

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    I have searched this forum and it appears to be filled with questions regarding non-chalcedonian and chalcedonian distinctions, but I did not find what I was looking for. If my question has already been asked, please forgive and direct me there.
    I am interested in the non-chalcedonian formulation of miaphysitism. If it is true that physis and hypostasis had the same word, then are non-chalcedonians preaching a union of two hypostasis into one without mixing or confusion? How is this any different from Nestorianism, since Nestorius talked about a union of two hypostasis in one prosopon?
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