It seems as though my Church has been grossly misrepresented here, I am a Lector in the Assyrian Church and will gladly answer any questions regarding the doctrines of my church that you may have.
Just to clarify we do not believe in two sons or two sonships. We believe in one son, perfect man and perfect God in the same manner as you do, we confess the same faith worship the same God take the same sacrament and maintain the same apostolic succession that you hold to.
Welcome to the forum, its great to have you in here, and I personaly would appreciate it if you can further clarify your statement above the one I put in bold.
selam to you
Hi, not sure where the ambiguity lies? We believe in the power of sacraments, we hold onto Apostolic succession, we confess one Lord Jesus as both perfect Man and perfect God. We have not strayed from our roots or the teaching of our forefathers and as a testimony to the world miracles do occur in our churches, Christ, the Blessed Virgin and many Saints have appeared to the faithful.
The main difference between us and the EO is that we say Mary is the Mother of Christ who is God in the flesh so in actually fact we know that she is the Mother of God because Christ is God. But again to an Assyrian to state Yima't Allaha is linguistically and culturally perplexing because the term Allaha is reserved for the entirety of the God head.
In Aramaic the term Son of God is pronounced Bar' Allaha, so for us it is logically incoherent to name her Yima't Allaha as it connotes that Mary bore the God head, which we all know isnt what occurred and which we also know as Assyrians isn't what you mean by the term Theotokos.