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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A Greek literally meaning “God bearer” that early Christians loosely translated as, “Mother of God” as a title for Mary, This led to the Nestorian controversy that sustained the title for Mary because she gave birth to the Word, which is God incarnate.

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