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Docetism

Do·ce·tism (d -s t z m, d s -t z m). n.

Docetism is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Docetism books and related discussion.

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1 Docetism. 1 From the Greek word dokeo (“to seem”), Docetism
The Crucifixion and Docetic Christology
from pure docetism to semi- or quasi-docetic conceptions of. Christ.
Heresy Handout: A Convenient Guide to Eternal Damnation
Christ's Laughter: Docetic Origins Reconsidered
of Docetism, and one is at a loss as to the focal point of the docetic worldview.
Christian commitment and a “Docetic” view of

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Encountering the Historical Jesus
To lose a grasp on the earthly Lord, he claimed, could lead us back into the ancient heresy of docetism, namely, the denial of Jesus' full humanity.

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Docetism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Docetism | Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry
Docetism was an error with several variations concerning the nature of Christ.
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Docetae
Docetism
Docetism is derived from the Greek dokeo, “to seem.
The Ecole Initiative: Docetism
An article on the influence of Docetism in the early church and the responses of Irenaeus and Hippolytus to it.

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