Anthropolatrae (ἀνθρωπολάτραι, man-worshippers), a name by which the Apollinarians stigmatized the orthodox, because they maintained that Christ was a perfect man, and had a reasonable soul and body. Apollinarius denied this, maintaining that the divine nature in Christ supplied the place of a rational soul, constituting, in fact, his mind. — Bingham, Org. Ecclesiastes bk. 1, ch. 2, § 16; Farrar, s.v.