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HISTORY of Christian Theology

derived from a Latin term meaning “God suffers” as opposed to “Patripassionism” which means the “Father suffers.” The issue of whether God the Father or only the Son suffered on the cross was debated during the controversy and development of the doctrine of the incarnation of Christ in the fifth and sixth centuries.

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