Something like Pope St. Cyril using the works of Pope St. Athanasius which had been interpolated by Apollinarians?minasoliman said:Yes...that's exactly what Maximus thought. As usual with any theologian on either side of the divide, he was terminlogically strict, especially to try to dissociate himself from Severus. When Pseudo-Dionysius says it, Maximus interprets it the same way St. Severus would, in an Orthodox manner. But when St. Severus says it, Maximus assumed he probably either created a new nature or confesses an incomplete humanity.Severian said:What does Maximus have to say about St. Severus, specifically? Years ago I remember Symeon saying that Maximus claimed that Severian Christology was a fount of monotheletism. My only explanation for this was that he probably misunderstood/misrepresented our tradition.
BTW, nice to see you around, CopticDeacon.