- From Late Latin Antiochēnus, from Latin Antīochīa. (Wiktionary)
“With the various expressions for person and nature being rather confused, it was a triumph of Pope St Leo to provide the basis for a formula of faith that preserved the best of both the Antiochene and the Alexandrian schools, proclaiming for all time that the Incarnate Word is one person in two natures, divine and human.”
“These two approaches consolidated in the epoch that followed and gave rise to two models or archetypes and finally to two Christological schools: the Antiochene school influenced by Paul and the Alexandrian school influenced by John.”
“According to the Antiochene school, the sole subject of the hymn, from beginning to end, is the historical Christ, Jesus of Nazareth.”
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“The Antiochene delegation was delayed to the Council, and Cyril made the serious error of opening the council instead of waiting.”
“To take what is at first sight the most economical of the Antiochene texts, the 325 creed, we find the attributes of divine transcendence named and the Son's work as image and revealer of the unknown divinity spelled out with a scriptural citation; the slightly later reference to the saving work of Christ is prefaced by a list of titles and a reiteration of what it means to call the logos the Father's image.”
“Logos zon, 'Living Word', appears in the Antiochene creed of 341; AC has simply logos theos.”
“It is not just that credal material is absorbed into liturgy; the credal material itself has a strongly doxological character, most evident perhaps in the 341 Antiochene text but by no means absent from the 325 statement of faith, which has a slightly perfunctory allusion to the biblical titles of the Logos.”
“It looks, then, as though Basil's pre-Sanctus represents something of a mosaic of familiar and sanctioned theological phrases in the Antiochene tradition.”
“In summary, the evidence suggests quite strongly that Basil's prayer is part of a recognisable pattern of credal language in the Antiochene world (West Syria and Asia Minor).”
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