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Definitions of APOLLINARIANISM
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a-pol-i-n[=a]'ri-an-izm, n. the doctrine that the Logos, or divine nature in Christ, took the place of the rational human soul or mind, and that the body of Christ was a spiritualised and glorified form of humanity--taught by Apollinaris the younger, Bishop of Laodicea in Syria (died 390 A.D.), condemned as denying the true human nature of Christ by the second Oecumenical Council at Constantinople (381).--adj. APOLLIN[=A]'RIAN.
By Thomas Davidson
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