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“Apollinaris of Laodicea and his Christology - Greek Text with English translation”
Also spelt Apollinarius
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We confess that the Word of God has not come to dwell in a holy man as was the case with the prophets. Rather the Word himself has become flesh, not having taken upon himself a human mind that is changeable and enslaved to sordid ways of thinking, but a mind that remains divine, an unchangeable and heavenly mind.
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This is the original Greek text, fragments of his writings as
found in Lietzmann, Apollinaris von Laodicea und seine Schule (1904)
one incarnate nature of God’s Word
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