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The Bazaar of Heracleides By Nestorius
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The Bazaar of Heracleides is the apology written by Nestorius, the bishop of Constantinople after his deposition and exile as a result of the Council of Ephesus in 431 AD. The work appears to have... More > been produced in 451 or 452, and is valuable because it allows the student of the Christological controversies of the 5th century, and especially those interested in the Oriental Orthodox response to those controversies, to come to an understanding of the considered theological position of one of the main opponents of St Cyril and his Christology. This translation was produced in 1925 by G.R. Driver and Leonard Hodgson.< Less
Nestorius and His Teaching By J. F. Bethune-Baker, B.D.
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This book appeared in 1908 and is one of the first modern attempts to reexamine the theological teachings of Nestorius and the circumstances of his condemnation at the council of Ephesus in 431 A.D.... More > Bethune-Baker made extensive use of the book written by Nestorius in his later years known as the “Bazzar of Heraclides” which had survived in a Syriac translation in a unique manuscript. This manuscript was “discovered” in the library of the Patriarch of the Assyrian Church of the East in the 1890’s and copies were quickly made and an edition by Paul Bedjan and a translation into French by Francois Nau soon followed. A complete English translation appeared in 1925. However, it is Bethune-Baker, an Anglican scholar, who deserves the credit of being among the first to seriously study and consider whether Nestorius or the Assyrian Church ever taught what was condemned as “Nestorianism”. This work, and others that followed, laid the foundation for clearing away centuries of misunderstanding.< Less
Nestorius: The Bazzar of Heracleides By G. R. Driver
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Nestorius became Patriarch of Constantinople in 428. His theological views on the union of the human and divine natures in the one person of Jesus Christ led him to denounce the use of the term... More > “Mother of God” as well as other language which tended to ascribe divine attributes to the humanity and human attributes to the divinity of Christ such as “God died” or “God was born”. Nestorius was opposed by Cyril of Alexandria, who was largely motivated by rivalry with Constantinople. Through Cyril’s political machinations, Nestorius was condemned unheard at the Council of Ephesus in 431. In exile he wrote a defense of his beliefs under a pseudonym before he died. The original Greek of the “Book of Heraclides” was lost but a Syriac translation survived in a single manuscript. Although the Assyrian Church of the East had no personal contacts with Nestorius it refuses to accept his condemnation and considers him an orthodox theologian. This volume contains an English translation of the Syriac text.< Less
Nestorius: Le Livre d’Héraclide de Damas By Paul Bedjan
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Nestorius became Patriarch of Constantinople in 428. His theological views on the union of the human and divine natures in the one person of Jesus Christ led him to denounce the use of the term... More > “Mother of God” as well as other language which tended to ascribe divine attributes to the humanity and human attributes to the divinity of Christ such as “God died” or “God was born”. Nestorius was opposed by Cyril of Alexandria, who was largely motivated by rivalry with Constantinople. Through Cyril’s political machinations, Nestorius was condemned unheard at the Council of Ephesus in 431. In exile he wrote a defense of his beliefs under a pseudonym before he died. The original Greek of the “Book of Heraclides” was lost but a Syriac translation survived in a single manuscript. Although the Assyrian Church of the East had no personal contacts with Nestorius it refuses to accept his condemnation and considers him an orthodox theologian. This volume contains the Syriac text edited by Paul Bedjan.< Less
The Church of the East By Mar Bawai Soro
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"This is a book which is of considerable ecumenical significance and importance since here, for the first time, is a voice from within the tradition of the Church of the East setting out, in an... More > admirably clear and well-informed way, the Church of the East's own self-understanding of its apostolicity and theology."Dr. Sebastian Brock,Retired Professor of the Oriental Institute,University of Oxford"The Book of Bishop Mar Bawai Soro, one of the leading figures and architects in the ecumenical dialogues of the Assyrian Church of the East with other Churches for more than 20 years, is dealing with two fundamental aspects of ecclesiology: the apostolicity and the orthodoxy of the Church of the East. Some of his views have already been presented at conferences of the dialogues and discussed by eminent scholars." Dr. Theresia Hainthaler,Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Sankt Georgen< Less

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