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Theotokos -> Filioque
[[Image:Theotokos of Vladimir.jpg|left|100px|The Holy Theotokos and Virgin Mary]]The '''Virgin Mary''' is the '''[[TheotokosFilioque]]''', '' is a Latin word meaning "and the Son" which was added to the mother of [[Jesus ChristNicene-Constantinopolitan Creed]], by the Son and [[Logos|WordChurch of Rome]] in the 11th century, one of God. She conceived by the power of major factors leading to the [[Holy Spirit]]. She was cared for by her betrothed husband, [[Joseph the Betrothed|JosephGreat Schism]], who took the child between East and his mother into his home as his ownWest. One very strong tradition This inclusion in the Creedal article regarding the [[Orthodox ChurchHoly Spirit]] holds thus states that the birth of [[Jesus Christ|Jesus]] was also miraculous and left MarySpirit "proceeds from the Father '''''s virginity intact as a sign; it is also the tradition of the Church that Joseph and Mary did not have relations after the birth of JesusSon'''''."
''Theotokos'' (Its inclusion in Greekthe Creed is a violation of the [[canons]] of the [[Third Ecumenical Council]] in 431, which forbade and [[anathema]]tized any additions to the Creed, &Theta;&epsilon;&omicron;&tau;&omicron;&kappa;&omicron;&sigmaf;) is a Greek prohibition which was reiterated at the [[Eighth Ecumenical Council]] in 879-880. This word that means "God-bearer" or "Birth-giver was not included by the [[First Ecumenical Council|Council of Nicea]] nor of [[Second Ecumenical Council|Constantinople]], and most in the [[Orthodox Church]] consider this inclusion to Godbe a [[heresy]]."
As a title for The description of the Virgin Mary, ''Theotokosfilioque'' as a heresy was recognized iterated most clearly and definitively by the great [[Orthodox ChurchFathers|Father]] at and [[Third Ecumenical CouncilPillars of Orthodoxy|Pillar]] held at Ephesus in 431. It had already been in use for some time in the devotional and liturgical life of the Church, St. The [[theology|theologicalPhotius the Great]] significance , in his ''On the Mystagogy of the title is to emphasize that MaryHoly Spirit''s son, Jesus, is fully God, as well . He describes it as fully human, and that Jesus' two natures (divine and human) were united in a single heresy of [[Hypostasis|PersonTriadology]] , striking at the very heart of what the [[Trinity]]Church believes about God.
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