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The orthodox bishops won approval of every one of their proposals regarding the Creed.
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Kauffman, as a correction to the anachronism created by the assumption that each bishop was already presiding over a whole diocese at the time of the council. In that scenario, a relevant Roman precedent is invoked, answering Loughlin’s argument as to why the custom of a bishop in Rome would have any bearing on a dispute regarding Alexandria in Oriens, and at the same time correcting Schaff’s argument that the bishop of Rome was invoked by way of illustration “with reference to his own diocese.
Latin Xoncilio Eastern Catholic Churches: The Trinity Review They insisted that such a view was in contravention of concilo Scriptures as “I and the Father are one”  and “the Word was God”,  as such verses were interpreted.
Athanasius, who had succeeded Alexander as Bishop of Alexandria, was deposed by the First Synod of Tyre in and Marcellus of Ancyra followed him in At the time of the council, he was the confidant of the emperor in all Church matters.
Basil over the Nicene Creed. As to Meletius himself, episcopal rights and prerogatives were taken from him. Those in opposition to Arius believed that to follow the Condilio view destroyed the unity of the Godheadand made the Son unequal df the Father. The Eastern bishops formed the great majority. The Council declared that the Son was true God, coeternal with the Father and begotten from His same substance, arguing that such a doctrine best codified the Scriptural presentation of the Son as well as traditional Christian belief about him handed down from the Apostles.
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In support of this, they cite Canon 6, where the Roman Bishop could be seen as simply one of several influential leaders, but not one who had jurisdiction over other conciilo in other regions.
InConstantine commissioned fifty Bibles for the Church of Constantinoplebut little else is known in fact, it is nixeia even certain whether his request was for fifty copies of the entire Old and New Testaments, only the New Testament, or merely the Gospels.
In the Council of Nicaea, one specific creed was used to define the Church’s faith clearly, to include those who professed it, and to exclude those who did not. Eusebius of Caesarea called to mind the baptismal nkceia of his own diocese at Caesarea at Palestine, as a form of reconciliation. Collections of ancient canons.
Its main accomplishments were settlement of the Christological issue of the divine nature of God the Son and his relationship to God the Father the construction of the first part of the Nicene Creedestablishing uniform observance of the date doncilio Easter and promulgation of early canon law.
According to Protestant theologian Philip Schaff”The Nicene fathers passed this canon not as introducing anything new, but merely as confirming an existing relation on the basis of church tradition; and that, with special reference to Alexandria, on account of the troubles existing there. Many of the assembled fathers—for instance, Paphnutius of ThebesPotamon of Heraclea, and Paul of Neocaesarea —had stood forth as confessors of the faith and came to the council with the marks of persecution on their faces.
Retrieved 24 May This ecumenical council concilko the first effort to attain consensus in the Church through an assembly representing all of Christendom. Catholicity and Heresy in the Early Church. Preterist Archive website Retrieved 2 April By endorsing the move to independent computations, the Council had separated the Easter computation from all dependence, positive or negative, on the Jewish calendar.
Christians, these thinkers argued, should abandon the custom of relying on Jewish informants and instead do their own computations to determine which month should be styled Nisan, setting Easter within this independently computed, Christian Nisan, which would always locate the festival after the equinox.
Alexander of Constantinoplethen a presbyter, was also present as representative of nuceia aged bishop. Thus, said the Arians, only the Son was directly created and begotten of God; and therefore there was a time that He had no existence. But when some of the more shocking passages from his writings were read, they were almost universally seen as blasphemous.
According to this interpretation, the canon shows the role the Bishop of Rome had when he, xoncilio his authority, confirmed the jurisdiction of the other patriarchs—an interpretation which is in line with the Roman Catholic understanding of the Pope.
The Emperor carried out his earlier statement: Thus, the Bishop of Alexandria presided over Egypt, Libya and the Pentapolis,  while the Bishop of Antioch “enjoyed a similar authority throughout the great diocese of Oriens,” and all by the authority of the Bishop of Rome. From jiceia times, various creeds served as a means of identification for Christians, as a means of inclusion and recognition, especially at baptism. Constantine died the next year, after finally receiving baptism from Arian Bishop Eusebius of Nicomedia, and “with his passing the first round concilip the battle after the Council of Nicaea was ended”.
Eustathius of Antioch was deposed and exiled in The opposing view stemmed from the idea that begetting the Son is itself in the nature concliio the Father, which is eternal. Thus, the Father was always a Niiceia, and both Father and Son existed always together, eternally, coequally and consubstantially. When first informed of the unrest in Alexandria due to the Arian disputes, he was “greatly troubled” and, “rebuked” both Arius and Bishop Alexander for originating the disturbance and allowing it to become public.
These two rules, independence of the Jewish calendar and worldwide uniformity, were the only rules for Easter explicitly laid down by the Council.
Arians and Meletians soon regained nearly all of the rights they had lost, and consequently, Arianism continued to spread and be a subject of debate within the Church during the remainder of the fourth century. Constantine himself was succeeded by two Arian Emperors in the Eastern Empire: The suppression of the Meletian schism, an early breakaway sect, was another important matter that came before the Council of Nicaea.
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Retrieved 7 October The majority of the bishops agreed. All the brethren in the East who have hitherto followed the Jewish practice will henceforth observe the custom of the Romans and of yourselves and of all of us who from ancient biceia have kept Easter together with you.
Ecumenical councils Seven Ecumenical Councils: Athanasius eventually spent most of his life battling against Arianism. The canonical and apocryphal books it distinguished in the following manner: