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Bishop Hosius of Cordova, one of the firm Homoousians, may well have helped bring the council to consensus. Mosaic of Christ PantocratorHagia Sophia. To Loughlin, that was the only possible reason to invoke the custom of a Roman Bishop in a matter related to the two metropolitan bishops in Alexandria and Antioch.
One of the projects undertaken by the Council was the creation of a Creed, a declaration and summary of the Christian faith. These mild measures, however, were in vain; the Meletians joined the Arians and caused more dissension than ever, being among the worst enemies of Athanasius.
The orthodox bishops won approval of every one of their proposals regarding the Creed. This was the beginning of the practice of using secular power to establish doctrinal orthodoxy within Christianity, an example followed by all later Christian emperors, which led to a circle of Christian violence, and of Christian resistance couched in terms of martyrdom.
At the end of the creed came a list of anathemasdesigned to repudiate explicitly the Arians’ stated claims.
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The exact meaning of many of the words used in the debates at Nicaea were still unclear to speakers of other languages. Another result of the council was an agreement on when to celebrate Easter, the most important feast of the ecclesiastical calendar, decreed in an epistle to the Church of Nicwia in which is simply stated:. The Latin -speaking provinces sent at least five representatives: And Arius argued that everything else was created through the Son.
The suppression of the Meletian schism, an early breakaway sect, was another important matter that came before the Council of Nicaea. This council is generally considered the beginning of the period of the First seven Ecumenical Councils in the History of Christianity.
Arianismthe nature of Christ, celebration of Passover, ordination of eunuchs, prohibition of kneeling on Sundays and from Easter to Pentecost, validity of baptism by heretics, lapsed Christians, sundry other matters.
Original Nicene Creed 20 canons and a synodal epistle .
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In miceia Council of Nicaea, “The Church had taken her first great step to define revealed doctrine more precisely in response to a challenge from a heretical theology.
Feast of Orthodoxy Intercession of the Theotokos The four fasting periods: Nor did the Council decree that Easter must never coincide with Nisan 14 the first Day of Unleavened Bread, now commonly called “Passover” in the Hebrew calendar.
InConstantine commissioned fifty Bibles concillo the Church of Constantinoplebut little else is known in fact, it is not even certain whether his request was for fifty copies of the entire Old and New Testaments, only the New Testament, or merely the Gospels.
No historical evidence points to involvement on his concilko in selecting or omitting books for inclusion in commissioned Bibles. Likewise, Rome and Milan were both located within the civil Diocese nieia Italy, Milan being the chief metropolis,   yet neither administered the whole. Science Evolution Separation of church and state Relations Politics. Valens could not resolve the outstanding ecclesiastical issues, and unsuccessfully confronted St.
The word homoousiain particular, was initially disliked by many bishops nicfia of its associations with Gnostic heretics who used it in their theologyand because their heresies had been condemned at the — Synods of Antioch. The council promulgated twenty new church laws, called canonsthough the exact number is subject to debatethat is, unchanging rules of discipline. Condilio of Alexandria and Eustathius of Antioch. Eusebius speaks of an almost innumerable host of accompanying priests, deacons, and acolytes.
Therefore, Arius insisted that the Father’s divinity was greater than the Son’s.
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To determine which lunar month was to be designated as Nisan, Christians relied on the Jewish community. In spite of his sympathy for Arius, Eusebius of Caesarea adhered to the decisions of the council, accepting the entire creed. Canon Canon Censure canon law Excommunication List of excommunicable offences in the Catholic Church List of people excommunicated by the Catholic Church List of excommunicated cardinals Interdict Internal forum Laicization penal Latae sententiae.
They justified this break with tradition by arguing that it was in fact the contemporary Jewish calendar that had broken with tradition by ignoring the equinox, and that in former times the 14th of Nisan had never preceded the equinox. The Eastern bishops formed the great majority. Criticism of the Catholic Church Anti-Catholicism. Retrieved 24 May As to Meletius himself, episcopal rights and prerogatives were taken from him.
The Arian controversy arose in Alexandria when the newly reinstated presbyter Arius  began to spread doctrinal views that were contrary to those of his bishop, St. AriusArianismand Arian controversy.
Arius’s argument was that the Son was God’s very first production, before all ages, the position being that the Son had cocnilio beginning, and that only the Father has no beginning. In Jerome ‘s Prologue to Judith he claims that the Book of Judith was biceia by the Nicene Council to have been counted among the number of the Sacred Scriptures”, which some have suggested means the Nicene Council did discuss what documents would number among the sacred scriptures, but more likely simply means the Council used Judith in its deliberations on other matters and so it should be considered canonical.
concllio Eustathius of Antioch was deposed and exiled in Clergy ordained by Meletius were ordered to yield precedence to those ordained by Alexander, and they were not to do anything without the consent of Bishop Alexander. Arius, Theonas, and Secundus refused to adhere to the creed, and were thus exiled to Illyriain addition to being excommunicated. One purpose of the council was to resolve disagreements arising from within the Church of Alexandria over the nature of the Son in his relationship to the Father: They declared, as did Athanasius,  that the Son had no beginning, but had an “eternal derivation” from the Father, and therefore was coeternal with him, and equal to God in all aspects.
Alexander of Constantinoplethen a presbyter, was also present as representative of his aged bishop. Arians saw these as essentially the same; followers of Alexander did not.
Delegates came from every region of the Roman Empireincluding Britain.