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This bibliography contains a list of editions of text, reference articles and books that are mentioned in the book titled Will, Action and Freedom: Christological Controversies in the Seventh Century. The book analyses Monenergism-Monothelitism and Dyenergism-Dyothelitism as two integral doctrines in terms of hypostasis, nature, natural property, energeia, and will, terms that formed the framework of theological argument throughout the seventh century. Inquiry into the relationships between these notions will help us understand better the differences and similarities between the two rival positions. Monenergism-Monothelitism developed as an attempt to reach a compromise with the Severan tradition, an important feature of which was a belief in a single energeia of Christ.

Keywords:Dyenergism-Dyothelitism; energeia; Monenergism-Monothelitism

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