Question: The Church teaches that Jesus, God incarnate, is one person (God, the Son) in whom are joined two natures (divine and human).
One early Christological Heresy taught (in effect, if not explicitly) that in Jesus were two persons – one who was God and one who was human. What is the name of this heresy?
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