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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(A.D. 681) The Third Council of Constantinople, which is generally accepted to be the sixth ecumenical council, rejects the teaching that there is only one will in Christ, in favor of Dyothelitism or Monothelitism, the teaching that he has both the divine will and a human will.

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