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What happened at the Council of Constantinople...
... Us Statement of Faith The Gospel Ask a Question What happened at the Council of Constantinople? Subscribe to our Question of the Week: Question: "What happened ...
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Who is the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantino...
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History of the Creeds of Christianity
... it threatened the unity of the Empire as well as that of the Church. Constantinople tried to settle the dispute by letters to the bishop of Alexandria and Arius ...
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History of the Creeds of Christianity
... minimized His true manhood. His view was officially condemned and the ecumenical Council of Constantinople in 381. In contrast to the view of Apollinaris was the view developed ...
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... . Chapter 3 discusses the "Four Patriarchs" of Alexandria, Rome, and Constantinople (and apparently Antioch — see below), and why Alexandria, Rome ...
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The creeds of Christianity, including the Apos...
... the Council of Orange (529 AD) The Anathemas of the Second Council of Constantinople (553 AD) Later Creeds Third Council of Constantinople (681 AD, ...
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What is Nestorianism? Who were the Nestorians?...
... followers of Nestorius (c. AD 386 451), who was Archbishop of Constantinople. Nestorianism is based on the belief put forth by Nestorius that emphasized the ...
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Who was John Chrysostom? Why was John Chrysost...
... (c. AD 347 407) was an Eastern church father and archbishop of Constantinople. He was born in Syrian Antioch and named John; he was known ...
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History of the Creeds of Christianity
... of the whole Christian Church. Nicaea (325) to settle the Arian dispute Constantinople (381) to assert the personality of the Holy Spirit and the humanity ...
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Who were the Cappadocian Fathers? How were the...
... and their friend Gregory of Nazianzus (329 389), who became Patriarch of Constantinople. The region of Cappadocia was the site of several missions by the apostle ...
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