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DYOTHELITISME DALAM KRISTOLOGI YOHANES CALVIN Tonny Sutrisno; Billy Kristanto
VERBUM CHRISTI JURNAL TEOLOGI REFORMED INJILI Vol 6 No 1 (2019): Verbum Christi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (322.879 KB) | DOI: 10.51688/vc6.1.2019.art3

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The continuity in the Orthodox understanding of the two wills of Christ, which is based on His two natures (Dyothelitism) is very important in order to understand about the Person of Christ, and how the work of redemption was perfectly performed by Him during His incarnation as the Logos that assumed a human nature. Dyothelitism which was represented by the thought of Maximus the Confessor is a reference in order to understand the Christology of two natures – one Person of Chalcedon, which has been accepted by the Church as an orthodoxy in the fight against Monothelitism and Monoenergism. The continuance between Maximus the Confessor’s Dyothelite thoughts and the thoughts and works of John Calvin in his Christology, is very important for the understanding of the implementation and perfect fulfillment of Christ's atoning work in the view of Reformed theology as represented by Calvin. KEY WORDS: Dyothelitisme; Monothelitisme; hypostasis; person; ousia; essence; nature; divinity; humanity
Tentang Volume Ini Billy Kristanto
VERBUM CHRISTI JURNAL TEOLOGI REFORMED INJILI Vol 9 No 1 (2022): Tentang Volume Ini
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51688/VC9.1.2022.edi

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Theology has a task to serve the faith accountability in discourse that places it in an applicative relationship with a cultural mandate, the politics and society development, and the good and beneficial ecumenical dialogue.