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" For a union of two natures was made, and therefore we confess One Christ, One Son, One Lord. And it is with reference to this notion of a union without confusion that we proclaim the holy Virgin to be the mother of God, because God the Word was made flesh... "
Butler's Lives of the Saints - Pągina 247
per Alban Butler, Teresa Rodrigues - 1995 - 293 pągines
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A commentary upon the Gospel according to st. Luke, tr. by R.P. Smith

Cyril (st, abp. of Alexandria.) - 1859
...with reference to this notion of a union without confusion that we proclaim the holy Virgin to be the mother of God, because God the Word was made flesh and became man, and by the act of conception united to Himself the temple that He received from her. For we perceive that...
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A Commentary on the Gospel According to S. Luke, Part 1

Saint Cyril (Patriarch of Alexandria) - 1859
...with reference to this notion of a union without confusion that we proclaim the holy Virgin to be the mother of God, because God the Word was made flesh and became man, and by the act of conception united to Himself the temple that He received from her. For we perceive that...
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History of the Church, 313-451

William Bright - 1860
...we confess one Christ, one Son, one Lord. According to this notion of the union without confusion, we confess the Holy Virgin to be Mother of God, because God the "Word was incarnate and made Man, and from His very conception united to Himself the temple taken from her."...
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A History of the Church from the Edict of Milan, A.D. 313, to the Council of ...

William Bright - 1869 - 436 pągines
...we confess one Christ, one Son, one Lord. According to this notion of the union without confusion, we confess the Holy Virgin to be Mother of God, because God the "Word was incarnate and made Man, and from His very conception united to Himself the temple taken from her."...
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A History of the Church from the Edict of Milan, A.D. 313 to the Council of ...

1875 - 436 pągines
...we confess one Christ, one Son, one Lord. According to this notion of the union without confusion, we confess the Holy Virgin to be Mother of God, because God the Word was incarnate and made Man, and from His very conception united to Himself the temple taken from her."...
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A History of the Christian Church During the First Six Centuries

Samuel Cheetham - 1894 - 459 pągines
...for there came to pass a union of two natures According to this conception of union without confusion we confess the Holy Virgin to be Mother of God, because God the Word took flesh and became Man, and from His conception united with Himself the shrine [ie the human body]...
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A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church ...

Philip Schaff, Henry Wace - 1900
...Wherefore we confess one Christ, one Son, one Lord. According to this understanding of this unmixed union, we confess the holy Virgin to be Mother of God ; because God the Word was incarnate and became Man, and from this conception he united the temple taken from her with himself....
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The Fundamental Christian Faith: The Origin, History and Interpretation of ...

Charles Augustus Briggs - 1913 - 332 pągines
...Wherefore we confess one Christ, one Son, one Lord. According to this understanding of this unmixed union, we confess the holy Virgin to be Mother of God; because God the Word was incarnate and became Man, and from this conception He united the temple taken from her with Himself."...
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A Source Book for Ancient Church History: From the Apostolic Age to the ...

Joseph Cullen Ayer (Jr.) - 1913 - 707 pągines
...According to this conception of the unconfused union, we confess that the holy Virgin is Theotokos, because God the Word was made flesh and became man, and from her conception united with Himself the temple received from her. We recognize the evangelical and apostolic...
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The Bible and the Holy Fathers for Orthodox: Daily Scripture Readings and ...

Johanna Manley - 1990 - 1126 pągines
...with reference to this notion of a union without confusion that we proclaim the holy Virgin to be the by the act of conception united to Himself the temple that He received from her. For we perceive that...
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