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Monophysites believe that Christ has only one nature. This doctrine was condemned as heresy at the Council of Chalcedon in 471. The proponents of this view hold that the human will and the divine will of Christ were perfectly cooperative, his human will freely and fully subordinated to his divine will. Monothelites hold that Christ has only one will and activity, the divine will and activity.

See also

Coptic Church

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