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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A Greek term that means “without hypostasis,” or without essence. The Orthodox tradition used this term to the humanity of Jesus because he was the divine Word and not really a person. This was an issue because orthodox theology does not confess that Christ is two persons, one human the other divine, which they held would be the case if Jesus was a person.

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