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Apollinarianism]] is a fourth-century [[ Christology |Christological]] [[ heresy]]. Named after [[ Apollinarius]] of Laodoecia, its main author, Apollinarianism teaches that [[ Jesus Christ]] had a human body and a human soul but no human rational mind (nous), because the Divine Logos had taken its place. Apollinarianism was condemned at the [[ Second Ecumenical Council]] together with [[ Macedonianism]] and other Christological and Trinitarian heresies. Adherents of [[ Nestorianism]] sometimes accused Orthodox and [[ Monophysitism| monophysite]] theologians of Apollinarianism.
*Talberg, D. N., ''История Христианской Церкви (A History of the Christian Church)'', Moscow, Russia: St Tikhon's Orthodox Theological Institute.
Category: Heresies ]]