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Ebionism
taught that Jesus was simply a mere man and not divine, and that he became "Son of God" only when the Holy Spirit came upon him
Luther
His theology represents one of the most powerful attempts to capture the way in which God enters into the very depths of suffering and death in order to reveal God's love and forgiveness. And the theoelogia crucis.
John Stott
Guy we talked about who elaborated the Substitutionary atonement model
objective
Sense in which the cross actually accomplishes something for the status of humanity
Alexandrean
Branch of Christians that downplayed Christ's two natures
two minds
model of christology that said there were two wills in his single personhood
Abelard
Proponent of moral example model
Gustaf Aulen
Modern proponent of the Christus Victor model
Schleiermacher
Liberal who called Christ the "Perfectly God-Conscious Man", a form of adoptionism
Gregory of Naziansus
Who said "what has not been assumed, cannot be redeemed"?
Appollinarianism
Believed the Divine Logos took the place of the human mind in Christ
Docetism
Jesus Christ only appeared to have human body (epiphenomenal)
Aquinas
Church father who taught that only by Christ's merits are we saved
Nestorianism
Denied the union of Christ's natures
Eutychianism
aka monophysites, denied a distinction in Christ's natures
Irenaeus
Church father who said that Christ reversed Adam's disobedience act-by-act
Tertullian
Early 3rd century Church Father who first best articulated the "two substances" of Christ
Ransom Model
Gregory of Nyssa's "fish hook" theory in which the Devil has rights over humans
Arius
Believe Christ was the homoiousias
subjective
Sense in which the cross calls humans to a response
Pelagius
Heretic who said that Christ's work isn't necessary for everyone
kenotic
Type of christology that said Christ had two natures and self-restricted his knowledge and power
Irenaeus
Guy who refuted docetism in Against Heresies
Anselm
Proponent of satasfaction atonement, legal, honor/shame

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