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Basil over the Nicene Creed. 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: Delegates came from every region of the Roman Empireincluding Britain.

In a concipio letter, he announced the accomplished unity of practice by the whole Church in the date of the celebration of Christian Passover Easter.

From earliest times, various creeds served as a means of identification for Christians, as a means of inclusion and recognition, especially at baptism.

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History of the Christian Church. After being in session for an entire month, the council promulgated on 19 June the original Nicene Creed.

InConstantine commissioned fifty Bibles for 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. Rome was named only for illustration; and Antioch and all the other eparchies or provinces were secured their admitted rights. The main source of the idea that the Bible was created at the Council of Nicaea seems to be Voltairewho popularised a story that the canon was determined by placing all the competing books on an altar during the Council and then keeping the ones that did not fall off.

In Jerome ‘s Prologue to Judith[79] he claims that the Book of Judith was “found 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.

Alexander of Constantinoplethen a presbyter, was also present as representative of his aged bishop. Constantine assisted in assembling the council by arranging that travel expenses to and from the bishops’ episcopal seesas well as lodging at Nicaea, be covered out of public funds. They argued that contemporary Jews were identifying the wrong lunar month as the month of Nisan, miceia a month whose 14th day fell fe the spring equinox. The council was formally opened 20 May, in the central structure of the imperial palace at Nicaea, with preliminary discussions of the Arian question.


The council of Nicaea dealt primarily with the issue of the deity of Christ. Bishop Hosius of Cordova, one of the firm Homoousians, may well have helped bring the council to consensus.

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Council of Serdica and the ecumenical First Council of Constantinople. Preterist Archive website Retrieved 2 April 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. Hosius stands at the head of the lists of bishops, and Athanasius ascribes to him the actual formulation of the creed.

Alexander maintained that the Son was divine in just the same sense that the Father is, coeternal with the Father, else he could not be a true Son. Autonomous churches grouped by tradition: Arius believed that the Son of God was capable of His own free will of right and wrong, and that “were He in the truest sense a son, He must have come after the Father, therefore the time obviously was when He was not, and hence He was a finite being”, [43] and that He was under God the Father.

By endorsing the move to independent computations, the Council had separated the Easter computation from all dependence, positive or negative, on the Jewish calendar. The majority of the bishops agreed.

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In canon 6, the Council left most of the diocese under Antioch’s jurisdiction, and assigned a few provinces of the diocese to Alexandria, “since the like is customary for the Bishop of Rome also. Retrieved 12 October Constantine’s coinage and other official motifs, until the Council of Nicaea, had affiliated him with the pagan cult of Sol Invictus.

The controversy between those who argued for independent computations and those who argued for continued reliance on the Jewish calendar was formally resolved by the Council, which endorsed the independent procedure that had been in use for some time at Rome and Alexandria.

The First Council of Nicaea was the first ecumenical council of the Church. Constantine’s role regarding Nicaea was that of supreme civil leader and authority in the empire. According to this interpretation, the canon shows the role the Bishop of Rome had when he, by his authority, confirmed the jurisdiction of the other patriarchs—an interpretation which is in line with the Roman Catholic understanding of the Pope.


Athanasius eventually spent most of his life battling against Arianism. The orthodox bishops won approval of concklio one of their proposals regarding the Creed. The Arian controversy arose in Alexandria when the newly reinstated presbyter Arius [39] began to spread doctrinal views that were contrary to those of his bishop, St. Christians, these thinkers argued, should abandon the conciloo of relying on Jewish informants and instead do their own computations to niceua which month should be styled Nisan, setting Easter within this independently computed, Christian Nisan, which would always locate the festival after the equinox.

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That they did not all immediately do so concllio revealed by the existence of sermons, [58] canons, [59] and tracts [60] written against the protopaschite practice in the later 4th century. Feast of Orthodoxy Intercession of the Theotokos The four fasting periods: When Arius and two followers refused to agree, the bishops pronounced clerical judgement by excommunicating them from the Church.

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 In spite of his sympathy for Arius, Eusebius of Caesarea adhered to the decisions of the council, accepting the entire creed. Other remarkable attendees were Eusebius of Nicomedia ; Eusebius of Caesareathe purported first church historian; circumstances suggest that Nicholas of Myra attended his life was the seed of the Santa Claus legends ; Macarius of Jerusalemlater a staunch defender of Athanasius; Aristaces of Armenia son of Saint Gregory the Illuminator ; Leontius of Caesarea ; Jacob of Nisibisa former hermit ; Hypatius of Gangra ; Protogenes of Sardica; Melitius of Sebastopolis; Achilleus of Larissa considered the Athanasius of Thessaly [32] and Spyridion of Trimythouswho even while a bishop made his living as a shepherd.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. By that time, the accumulation of errors in the Julian solar and lunar calendars had made it the de facto nieia of affairs that Julian Easter always followed Hebrew Nisan Great Church Catholicism portal Eastern Orthodoxy portal. This council is generally considered the beginning of the period of the First seven Ecumenical Councils in the History of Christianity.