Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or existing by the union of the divine and human natures, or by the joint agency of the divine and human natures: as, the theandric operation (the harmonious coöperation of the two natures in Christ).
- adj. theology Relating to, or existing by, the union of divine and human operation in Christ, or the joint agency of the divine and human nature.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Relating to, or existing by, the union of divine and human operation in Christ, or the joint agency of the divine and human nature.
- Ancient Greek (Wiktionary)
“Here the Divine action is distinguished from the human actions of touching or speaking, though it uses them, but through this close connexion the word theandric is not out of place for the whole complex act, while the”
“We have seen therefore that to some of our Lord's actions the word theandric cannot be applied at all; to some it can be applied in one sense, to others in a different sense.”
“Therefore they are also called theandric, but in a different sense — they are materially theandric, humano-divine.”
“Monophysites, and it is now plain that the chief points on which the various sections of Monophysites were agreed against Catholicism were the assertions that there is but one Will in the Incarnate Word, and that the operations (activities, energeiai) of Christ are not to be distinguished into two classes, the Divine and the human, but are to be considered as being the "theandric" (Divino-human) actions of the one Christ (see EUTYCHIANISM).”
“Monophysites were therefore quite right in saying that all the actions, human and divine, of the incarnate Son are to be referred to one agent, who is the God-man; but they were wrong in inferring that consequently His actions, both the human and the Divine, must all be called "theandric" or "divino-human", and must proceed from a single divino-human energeia.”
“There is what Maximus and others called a 'theandric', a divine-human reality going on there, and the icon, the image of Jesus Christ represents that theandric reality - the interweaving (not fusion or confusion) of the endless, divine resourcefulness of agency and love with the particularities of a human life.”
“Though the Monophysites in general spoke of "one theandric operation", yet a speech of St. Martin at the Lateran Council tells us that a certain Colluthus would not go even so far as this, for he feared lest "theandric" might leave some operation to the human nature; he preferred the word thekoprepes, Deo decibilis (Mansi, X,”
“I said that Scripture is a theandric reality, that is, divine-human.”
“The effect that is brought about in such a way is a theandric reality, that is, fully divine and fully human: both elements intimately fused even if not "confused.”
“Now the law of every theandric reality as are, for example, Christ and the Church is that the divine cannot be discovered without passing through the human.”
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