Christological debates have been all through the history of the church. Different exegetes responded differently towards the issue of Christology. All the responses seem to be responses for the doctrinal/theological uncertainties within their own historical context. For instance, the responses of Nestorius and or Eutyches or Cyril or Chalcedon with the philosophical difficulties of the “two natures in one person” led to a hypostatic controversy of the human and the divine or the vice versa.

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