[ US /nɛˈstɔɹiən/ ]
  1. relating to Nestorius or Nestorianism
  1. a follower of Nestorius
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How To Use Nestorian In A Sentence

  • If there were two wills, it seemed to lead back to Nestorianism; if there was but one, either the humanity was incomplete or the position led to virtual monophysitism. A Source Book for Ancient Church History
  • He was a Turkic/Mongol monk, turned diplomat, of the Nestorian Christian faith.
  • But if, when we say "the Man Christ Jesus," we mean a created suppositum, as those who assert two supposita in Christ, this man might be called lordly, inasmuch as he is assumed to a participation of Divine honor, as the Nestorians said. Summa Theologica, Part III (Tertia Pars) From the Complete American Edition
  • Markos was eventually chosen as Nestorian Patriarch, and later suggested his teacher, Rabban Bar Sauma, be sent on another mission, as Mongol ambassador to Europe.
  • He was a Turkic/Mongol monk, turned diplomat, of the Nestorian Christian faith.
  • But Daoism, Islam, Hinduism and Nestorian Christianity from Syria and Manichaeism from Persia also were practiced, and the Mongols showed deference for those different religions. NYC Exhibit Unveils Rich Treasures Of Yuan Dynasty
  • Apparently you can be a Pelagian historian [semi-Pelagian Nestorian] in ETS, Ecumenism
  • From the 1400s some Iraqi Nestorians accepted overtures from Rome and acknowledged the pope, becoming Catholics.
  • Nestorianism , the heretic sect of the Christianity, having been persecuted in the Byzantine Empire, was spread into Persia and the Central Asia, and further into China.
  • The most interesting document for the history of Nestorianism is still the monument discovered at Si-ngan-fu and commonly called the Nestorian stone [536]. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3
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