Description: After the Council of Constantinople in 381AD, the Orthodox movement should have been poised to consolidate and spread massively. The Orthodox had the power of the Roman State behind it and had for the most part marginalized all other groups. Instead of consolidating, the Orthodox movement was about to splinter over theological and political issues.
The School of Antioch: Diodore of Tarsus, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Ibas of Edessa, John Chrysostom, Nestorius, among others
School of Alexandria: Cyril of Alexandria, Dioscurus of Alexandria, Origen, among others.
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