Two Wills of Christ: The Christology of St. Maximus the Confessor in Opuscula 3 and 6

Introduction Maximus the Confessor made significant contributions to Dyothelite Christology amidst the animosity of imperial Monothelitism.  He maintained his convictions in the loss of his freedom, his writing hand, his tongue, and eventually his life.  Here, I explore two writings which refer to the prayer of Jesus at Gethsemane in which Maximus develops the understanding …

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