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'''Miaphysitism''' (sometimes called '''henophysitism''') is the [[christologyChristology]] of the [[Oriental Orthodox]] Churches. Miaphysitism holds that in the one person of [[Jesus]] [[Christ]], Divinity and Humanity are united in one "nature" ("[[physis]]"), the two being united without separation, without confusion, and without alteration.
Miaphysitism has often been considered by [[Chalcedonian]] Christians to be a form of [[monophysitism]], but the Oriental Orthodox Churches themselves reject this characterization, a position which the [[Eastern Orthodox]] and [[Roman Catholic]] Churches have begun to take more seriously.

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