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Correspondence to Danish Ahmed. Creative Commons Attribution 3. If a non-scriptural term has the capacity to lead to such a confusion among orthodox believers, why holding to it at all cost? A description of the concept without using the term should have been sufficient. I guess I am a bit lost, then. My understanding of the dialectic was something like this: 1. You as I understood you were questioning whether it could count as ecumenical, given that this resulted largely from the imperial decrees of Theodosius, not because it gradually won the debate through arguments.
So, there are two ways as it seems to me that the argument might go:. One might try to argue that no such consensus actually came about, and that it only seems to be so because of the actions of Theodosius. I would accept some such story if what we saw was that, actually, people kept privately believing homoian theology, say, and that this lasted until there was another emperor who allowed homoian theology, and then all of the homoians came out of the woodwork. Or, say, if the homoian tradition had stayed alive in Western Europe down to the present day, or what have you.
It seems to be the case that, as a matter of fact, homoianism and homoiousianism died out. The views may have been resurrected from time to time by various individuals or groups e. But as a living church, these groups seem to have died out. On the other hand, one might try to argue, not with the historical facts, but with the criterion itself. I think that homoousianism is fine, and indeed may have been or become the mainstream view even if Constantine and on up had never gotten involved the Visigoths and Lombards, for example, just converted voluntarily; the Franks converted as Nicenes; Ethiopians and others outside the borders of the empire accepted Nicea voluntarily.
But who knows? But by the same token, it could be argued that Yahwism only prevailed over Baalism because Elijah slaughtered the priests of Baal, and because king Josiah slaughtered the priests of the high places and burned their bones on their own altars not to mention the fact that the Israelites had slaughtered the Canaanites under Joshua when they had first arrived.
Those are nasty bits that we like to forget about when we condemn the Roman emperors for similar actually, probably far less violent acts. But if we say that the result the community achieving a certain consensus on certain religious matters is invalidated by the flaws of the process by which it came about violence, politics, etc. To take the points in reverse order, any term — scriptural or not — has the capacity to lead to confusion and to be interpreted incorrectly.
There are always ambiguities. All of the scriptural terms that the fathers used seemed to have the capacity to be interpreted in a classically Arian way by Eusebius of Nicomedia and his associates. So, those terms are, themselves, the description that clarifies the language. That twisting into quasi-modalism went hand-in-glove with the development of the filioque.
And while the seeds for both quasi-modalism and the filioque may have been sown by Augustine, it was actually the Franks who pushed both lines of thought. Moreover, God ruled over and led his people in very different ways in the old covenant. The visible people of God in the AT was defined around ethnicity, not voluntary faith as in the NT church hence a different kind of ruling. But I guess we might disagree on that as well. To the degree where this quasi-modalist interpretation has been held by a very large portion of the Church for countless centuries.
So their concerns were certainly not irrelevant, were they not? I am at least somewhat familiar with the EO conciliar framework and the need for recognition within that. My question to you would be, why does the twenty years of practically universal recognition following the councils of Arminium and Seleucia not count, in the EO framework? Not only did the churches of the Roman Empire give their official consent, but so did a great many beyond the bounds of the Empire. That seems like it should qualify the councils as ecumenical.
If, however, twenty years is deemed too little time, I would be curious to know how much time EO believe is needed- could a modern ecumenical council overturn the decision of, for instance, 2 Nicea, as 1 Constanintople did that of Arminium? As for our overall views on sola scriptura, apostasy, and ecclesiology, I agree it is unlikely we would currently find much common ground there.
When looking at Homoian theology, it is worth noting that it has been quite prevalent as an inconspicuous presence for most of history since It remained alive and well among the Barbarians for several centuries, while also continuing to be active in the Eastern Empire with its own separate network of churches. To say that there was a time when the view was not held by some pocket of Christians would be a hard view to prove, and it is at least plausible that it has never been totally absent.
The phraseology of scripture carries significance, whether read in the original languages or in translations. Hilary is of course western, but De Synodis is marked with especially Greek thought, and as such, its hard to see a justification for saying that Hilary Himself was being novel in saying that co-essentiality meant the Son is invisible:. Hilary is inconsistent here, as in other places He affirms the Son was seen prior to the incarnation; an inconsistency that as you noted, would later be dropped by Augustine.
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However, this makes it appear that early homoousianism was simply inconsistent, on the one hand affirming, as per the churches tradition and the scriptures, that the Son was seen in the OT, while also affirming that the Son could not be seen in His pre-incarnate nature because He is co-essential. One cannot be seen because it would kill us to see Him, the other, that is not so. There is some sort of difference there, clearly.
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As for the point of a Homoian articulation, it is certainly not intended to be dishonest or to hide what is believed. Neither is it intended to be an umbrella allowing heresy.
Rather the idea is, fundamentally, that we are limited in our knowledge of God by His revelation to us, and therefore as a matter of principle we must limit our dogma to what we can concretely demonstrate from that revelation. This view goes hand-in-hand with sola scriptura, that since scripture is ordinarily our only divine, infallible basis for acquiring a knowledge of doctrinal truth, we must therefore limit ourselves to what can be demonstrated from the scriptures.
As a private theory, I think a Nicene view of co-essentiality is excellent, and while not provable from scripture, is also not able to be disproven from the scriptures either. I think my view here reflects well what I know of the ancient Homoians as well, who did not, it should be noted, condemn homoousias as false, but rather banned it because it went beyond scripture. Also, Athanasius argued that according to His pre-existent nature Christ is invisible, like the Father, on account of His co-essentiality. This further disproves the theory that it is not a homoousian, but merely an Augustinian, point of doctrine.
As he is Eastern, that would also bear significance in seeming to show that this view was indeed a Homoousian view overall:. For God changes not place, like us who are hidden in places, when in the fashion of our littleness He displays Himself in His existence in the flesh; for how should He, who fills the heaven and the earth? Therefore God the Word Himself is Christ from Mary, God and Man; not some other Christ but One and the Same; He before ages from the Father, He too in the last times from the Virgin; invisible before even to the holy powers of heaven, visible now because of His being one with the Man who is visible; seen, I say, not in His invisible Godhead but in the operation of the Godhead through the human body and whole Man, which He has renewed by its appropriation to Himself.
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