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The First Year Of The Nestorian Controversy

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This chapter studies Cyril's publications from the very beginning of the Nestorian controversy until the spring of 430. In order to give a context and a chronology to the various writings of the period to be investigated a brief history of the Nestorian controversy up to the Council of Ephesus will be given. Then the chapter discusses a few writings whose date or authenticity is disputed. It looks at several writings of which it is disputed whether Cyril of Alexandria wrote them during the period under investigation, either because a different date has been suggested, or because they are said to be pseudepigraphic.

Keywords: Cyril's publications; Nestorian Controversy



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