A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations/Apollinarians
APOLLINARIANS, a denomination in the fourth century, who asserted that Christ's person was composed of a union of the true divinity and a human body, endowed with a sensitive soul; but without the reasonable one, the divinity supplying its place; the human body united to the divine spirit making one nature only.
- Formey's Eccles. Hist. vol. i. p. 79.