THEANDRICUS

THEANDRICUS
Graece Θεανδρικὸς, Latin. Dei-virilis: vox a Monothelitis inventa, ad opinioem suam, de unica in Christo Θεανθρώπῳ operatione denotandam, eô sensu et Orthodoxis iam olim damnata; et sanctiore notione ad apotelesmata Meditatoris, in qua utraque Ntura, quod suum, divina, quod divinum, humana, quod humanum est, facit, uti sunt Redemptio generis humani, miraculorum patratio, mortuorum vivisicatio, etc. signisicanda, translata est. Vide Dominic. Macrum Hierolex. nec non ubi de Monophysitis, ac Monothelitis.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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