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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A Latin term for “the sharing of characteristics or properties,” which refers to a doctrine introduced by Cyril of Alexandria, that through the incarnation of Christ, the divine nature of God is shared with Jesus’ human nature and his human characteristics are shared with God. Luther based his doctrine of ubiquity, that the man Jesus is everywhere, on Cyril’s earlier doctrine.

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