Volume I. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus Clement of Rome, Mathetes, Polycarp, Ignatius, Barnabas, Papias, Justin Martyr, Irenaeus What really happened at Nicea: all the ancient sources. Konsili Nicaea 1 . The bishops assembled at Nicaea, who constitute the great and holy synod, greet the church of the Alexandrians, by the grace of God holy.

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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. They insisted that such a view was in contravention of such Scriptures as “I and the Father are one” [47] and “the Word was God”, [48] as such verses were interpreted.

Concerning those konsil have transgressed without necessity or the confiscation of their property or without danger or anything of this nature, as happened under the tyranny of Licinius, this holy synod decrees that, though they do not deserve leniency, nevertheless kobsili should be treated mercifully.

But if anyone dares to steal away one who belongs to another and to ordain him in his church without the consent of the other’s own bishop among whose clergy he was enrolled before he departed, the ordination is to be null. This section needs additional citations for verification. None of this is in the primary material, and sounds rather like folklore of the middle ages, as indeed does the story about the apocrypha. Konstantinus VI dan Maharani Irene sebagai wali.

However, Nicene Christianity did not become the state religion of the Roman Empire until the Edict of Thessalonica in 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: If any have been promoted presbyters without examination, and then upon investigation have confessed their sins, and if after their confession men have imposed hands upon such people, being moved to act against the canon, the canon does not admit these people, for the catholic church vindicates only what is above reproach.

The relevant section of his work is online here. Primacy of the Roman pontiff and East-West Schism. Those in opposition to Arius believed that to follow the Arian view destroyed the unity of the Godheadand made the Son unequal to the Father.

According to surviving accounts, the presbyter Arius argued for the supremacy of God the Fatherand maintained that the Son of God was created as an act of the Father’s will, and therefore that the Son was a creature made by God, begotten directly of the infinite, eternal God. Konsiili since, when the grace of God had freed Egypt from this evil and blasphemous opinion, and from the persons who had dared to create jicea schism and a separation in a people which up to now had lived in peace, there remained the question of the presumption of Meletius and the men whom he had ordained, we shall explain to you, beloved brethren, the synod’s decisions on this subject too.


In his farewell address, Constantine informed the audience how averse he was to dogmatic controversy; he wanted the Church to live in harmony and peace. A series of statements on this subject — apparently from his imagination — appear in his work The Age of Reason.

The sun began to set behind the waves now, sweeping a pink-purple slash across the clouds above the Pacific. At the time of the Council, the Diocese of Egypt did not yet exist, so the Council could not have assigned it to Alexandria.


Hosius of Cordoba may have presided over its deliberations; he was probably one of the Konnsili legates. Later, Socrates Scholasticus recorded more than[21] and Evagrius, [22] Hilary of Poitiers[23] Jerome[24] Dionysius Exiguus[25] and Rufinus [26] recorded But if this is difficult because of konxili pressing necessity or the length of the journey involved, let at least three come together and perform the ordination, but only after the absent bishops have taken part in the vote and given their written consent.

Paschal cycle 12 Great Feasts Other feasts: 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. The Trinity Review According to this interpretation, the canon shows the koonsili the Bishop of Rome konsilj 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.

Rome’s jurisdiction within Italy had been defined in terms of several of the city’s adjacent provinces since Diocletian’s reordering of the empire miceaas the earliest Latin version of the canon indicates, [95] and the rest of the Italian provinces were under the jurisdiction of Milan.

Chronological list of ecumenical councils. In the 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. He was studying nucea teaching of Buddha and became an adept yogi himself.

However it did condemn Arius and his teachings, and the Emperor Constantine did take the usual Late Roman steps to ensure conformity afterwards. However, Protestant and Roman Catholic interpretations have historically assumed that some or all of the bishops identified in the canon were presiding over their own dioceses at the time of the Council—the Bishop of Nicda over the Diocese of Italy, as Schaff suggested, the Bishop of Antioch over the Diocese of Oriens, as Loughlin suggested, and the Bishop of Alexandria over the Diocese of Egypt, as suggested by Karl Josef von Hefele.

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. The opposing view stemmed from the idea that begetting the Son is itself in the nature of the Father, which nicex eternal. Concerning catechumens who have lapsed, this holy and great synod decrees that, after they have spent three years as hearers only, they shall then be allowed to pray with the catechumens.

First Second Third Historical topics koonsili events: Athanasius of Alexandria, a young deacon and companion of Bishop Alexander of Alexandria, was among the assistants. The Arians appealed to Scripture, quoting biblical statements such as “the Father is greater niicea I”, [44] and also konsii the Son is “firstborn of all creation”.


It decreed that that he might remain in nicfa own city without any authority to nominate or ordain, and that he was not to show himself for this purpose in the country or in ,onsili city, and that he was to retain the bare name of his office. Thus, instead of a baptismal creed acceptable to both the Arians and their opponents the council promulgated one which was clearly opposed to Arianism and incompatible with the distinctive core of their beliefs.

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 Katolik RomaOrtodoks Timur.

There seem to be a number of legends about the First Council of Nicaea AD in circulation on the internet, presented as fact. In support of this, komsili 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 bishops in other regions.

Bohn], Vol XII, pp. Herder, -often cited as just “Denzinger” this includes knsili conciliar and papal pronouncements. Preterist Archive website Retrieved 2 April Eusebius of Caesarea counted more than[19] Athanasius of Alexandria counted[10] and Eustathius of Antioch estimated “about ” kpnsili all three were present at the council.

Concerning the departing, the ancient canon law is still to be maintained namely that kobsili who are departing are not to be deprived of their last, most necessary viaticum.

Whatever other canons and decrees were enacted in the hicea of our lord and most honoured fellow minister and brother Alexander, he will himself report them to you in greater detail when he comes, for he was himself a leader as well as kosnili participant in the events. Konsli 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.

Those who have been called by grace, have given evidence of first fervour and have cast off their [military] belts, and afterwards have run back like dogs to their own vomit, so that some have even paid money and recovered their military status by bribes — such persons shall spend ten years as prostrators after a period of three years as hearers.

At the time of the council, he was the confidant of the emperor in all Church matters.