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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(c. A.D. 580–662) Maximus the Confessor was a Christian monk and theologian based in Constantinople. Maximus featured prominently in the Christological debates leading up to the Lateran Council of 649, arguing that Christ had both a human and divine will. Some even attribute the authorship of official acts of that council to Maximus.

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