The Council of Chalcedon and the Antiochene Legacy
This chapter discusses the legacy of doctrinal and Christological conflict during and after the Council of Chalcedon. It suggests that while the Council of Chalcedon was not a complete triumph for Theodoret of Cyrrhus' network, it helped reshape some parts of the Antiochene socio-doctrinal dynamic. It argues that the Christological dispute was not just a mismatch of doctrines nor a contest for authority but was a crucial episode in the formation of partisan religious community.
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