Monothelism


#1

Is this accurate?

Pope Honorius (625-638) supposedly taught the heresy of Monothelism. Monothelism was teaching that Christ did not possess a human will. I think it all comes down to a single statement in a letter from Honorius to a bishop. The man who wrote the letter for Honorius claimed that what Honorius meant by his controversial statement was that Jesus’ human will and His divine will were unified - they were"one". Nevertheless Honorius was condemned for it. The statement was not made “ex cathedra”, in other words it wasn’t Official Church teaching or doctrine.


#2

The heresy is Monothelitism; go here for easy-to-understand clarificaton: [/font]


#3

Thank you! Obviously my search was not typed in correctly. I appreciate your help.

Tari


#4

[quote=Tari]Thank you! Obviously my search was not typed in correctly. I appreciate your help.

Tari
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:tiphat: Happy to oblige.


#5

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