Dyophysitism is the religious doctrine, defined in 451 at the Council of Chalcedon, declaring that Christ possesses a dual nature, one entirely Divine and the other entirely human.
The term has also been applied to Nestorian beliefs, although theologians continue to debate whether or not this is justified.
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