Nestorianism is an unsatisfactory, heterodox answer to the Christological question of how Christ’s divinity and humanity unite in one acting subject. Named after Nestorius (d. 451), an early fifth-century bishop of Constantinople, Nestorianism is that Christological error which so separates the two natures of Christ, divine and human, that it posits two distinct persons.

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