Christ's human nature (John Cotton)

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But the Human Nature of Christ lived, not the infinite and uncreated life of the Holy Ghost; for the Human Nature of Christ was not capable of the Infinite Attributes of the Divine Nature, against which when Eutyches taught otherwise, he was Condemned for an Heretic in the General Council of Chalcedon.

John Cotton, A treatise I. Of faith. II. Twelve fundamental articles of Christian religion. III. A doctrinal conclusion. IV. Questions and answers upon church-government. Taken from written copies long since delivered by the late Reverend Mr. John Cotton, teacher of the First Church in Boston, in New-England (Boston, 1713), p. 15.
 
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