Origin of Nestorian
Examples from the Web for nestorian
Next day Coiat sent a Nestorian priest for the carts, to whom we caused all the four to be delivered.
But a more serious consequence is latently contained in it, and nothing else than the Nestorian heresy, viz.An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine|John Henry Cardinal Newman
This was the same town where fifty years previous the youthful Mahomet had been entertained at the Nestorian convent.The Hand of Providence|J. H. Ward
It was he who confided the superintendence of his schools to the Nestorian Masu.History of the Intellectual Development of Europe, Volume I (of 2)|John William Draper
We may only remind the reader that the Nestorian Christology was described by its earliest and its latest opponents as Ebionitic.History of Dogma, Volume 1 (of 7)|Adolph Harnack
Word Origin and History for nestorian
in Church history (mid-15c.), a follower of Nestorius (Latinized form of Nestor), 5c. patriarch of Constantinople, whose doctrine attributed distinct divine and human persons to Christ and was condemned as heresy. As an adjective from 1560s. Related: Nestorianism.