Johannes Knecht argues that the Carolingian responses to the Christology of Felix of Urgel and Elipandus of Toledo should be taken seriously. Knecht suggests that in the work of Paulinus of Aquileia, Benedict of Aniane, and Agobard of of Lyon one encounters an in-depth engagement with Felician Christology. The study also shows that the conclusion that Felicianism represents a form of either Arianism or Nestorianism is warranted. The Carolingians’ Christology represents a Neo-Chalcedonian attempt to bring together the Christological heritage of both eastern and western church fathers.
erschienen 17.02.2022 Bandnummer 20 ISBN 978-3-402-10325-8