Christ's Divine Humanity and the Deification of Man in the Thought of St. Maximus the Confessor
The central theme of Saint Maximus' thought is the confession of the saving truth that in the Person of Christ a perfect "union-synthesis" of the divine and the human, of the uncreated and created, of the world beyond and of the reality here is realized. The divine nature, will, work (energy), and human nature, will, and work (energy) intertwine in the Person of the Word incarnate in a union without mixing, without change, without division, and without separation.
The work of His Eminence Theophanes, which was defended as a doctoral thesis at the Saint Serge Institute in Paris, analyzes the Chalcedonian vision of man and his destiny, showing that its perfection is achieved insofar as the mystery of divine fullness is fulfilled. human beings of Christ, that is, insofar as man incarnates, he grafts himself without separation and without interference into God-Man, insofar as he realizes...
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