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  1. YITLOG

    Honestly, why did he spend the time attempting to describe God/Jesus !? Was he Arian, Trinitarian or What?

    ” Blessed, I say, be the Church, which declares this unity of Person to be so real and effectual, that because of it, in a marvellous and ineffable mystery, she ascribes divine attributes to man, and human to God; because of it, on the one hand, she does not deny that Man, as God, came down from heaven, on the other, she believes that God, as Man, was created, suffered, and was crucified on earth; because of it, finally, she confesses Man the Son of God, and God the Son of the Virgin. (Vincent of Lerins, XVI, Commentary)

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    1. Polycarp

      Vincent would have been Trinitarian. Theophilus, not so much.

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      1. YITLOG

        That’s interesting Joel,seeing that he said CREATED in the quote…If he meant BORN,then how can God be born???

        on the other, she believes that God, as Man, was created, suffered, and was crucified on earth;

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