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Nestorianism is a theological error concerning the two natures of Christ which states that the divine and human natures of Christ were so separated from each other that they were "not in contact." The problem here is that worship of the human Jesus would then not be allowed. (See Hypostatic Union, which is the correct view of Christ's two natures, and Monophysitism (that the divine and human natures in Christ combined to form a new third nature) which are the incorrect views of Christ's two natures).


About The Author

Matt Slick is the President and Founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry.