How many miaphysites have been killed at the hands of your Church, Father?
None, as far as I know. I don’t think that any Miaphysites have been killed, except by Muslims in recent decades. Or are you considering Miaphysites as the historical descendants of Monophysites who were indeed repressed by the Church of the Supreme Pontiff (Mods – this is using the term historically to distinguish them from modern Miaphysites who are not Monophysites doctrinally but apparently the equivalent of Diophysites.)
Wyatt, do you have any statistics for the numbers killed by the Catholic Church in those early centuries? also those killed in the assaults on Jerusalem when the city was inches deep in the Christian blood spilled by the Italian, French and Spanish Crusaders?
On an opposite note, I found this on the Net – the slaughter of 350 Maronite monks
“The earliest information that is available on the Maronite sect was recorded by Theodoret,
bishop of Cyrrhus (d. 458). Early in the sixth century, Maronite monks were foremost among
the defenders of the doctrine of Chalcedon, which, owing to the controversy generated in its
aftermath, brought on a permanent schism between adherents of Chalcedon and those of
Monophysitism, the faith of the Jacobites and the Nestorians. In the battles that ensued with
the Monophysites, Maronites lost 350 monks. Many of their monasteries were destroyed by
the Monophysites. Saint Maron's monastery, however, continued to serve until the middle of
the seventh century as the stronghold of the Chalcedonians as well as the center of their missionary a
ctivities in northern Syria.”http://www.everyculture.com/Africa-Middle-East/Maronites-History-and-Cultural-Relations.html