This is the fourth in a series of questions for Brandon E which began with this first question.
Ever since the apostolic age there have been controversies about the nature of Christ. Some scholars have high Christologies, considering Him God. Others consider Him only a man. And then there are all the confusions and disagreements between Trinitarianism, Unitarianism, Tritheism, Modalism, and so on. And yet, for example, the apostles could write letters that begin with “Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ” with nary a sign throughout the rest of the epistles that any of the recipients were left wondering about the nature of Christ and how to understand Him vis-a-vis God. Why do you think there were no Christological controversies during the apostolic age?