Description: We’ve finally reached the Council of Ephesus in 431. Theological, Christological and ecclesiastical territorial discussions had been raging for years, but an Archbishop of Constantinople named Nestorius brought all these arguments to a head by criticizing the term Theotokos, Mother of God.
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