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Jesus Christ

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The [[Christology|Christological]] terminology defined at the [[Council of Chalcedon]] is the main difference and the reason for the split between the [[Eastern Orthodox]] church and the [[Oriental Orthodox]] church, who only recognise the first three ecumenical councils.
At the first [[First Ecumenical Council|Council of Nicaea]] (325), Jesus Christ was declared as God, "consubstantial" with the Father. At the [[Council of Ephesus]] (431), Jesus Christ was declared as only one person, though divine as well as human. At the [[Council of Chalcedon]], almost twenty years after Ephesus, Jesus Christ was declared to be two complete natures, one human and one divine.

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