from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. the union of the divine with the human nature of Christ.
- n. See under Hypostatic.
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But the matrimonial union of "two in one flesh", and the union of mother and child are inferior in perfection to the hypostatic union of the
Antiochene phraseology, and they respect the hypostatic union (enosis kath hypostasin) as well as the physike enosis as unorthodox and unscriptural.