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NICEANorthern Illinois Conference Evangelical Association
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10) The pastoral problem was emphasized: new schisms would arise within the Orthodox community if the rule of the Council of Nicea were to be broken (for example by celebrating Easter on the Sunday following the second Saturday in April).
The "assembled army of martyrs" at Nicea had surely learned the truth of Christ's two natures.
Sin embargo, lejos de solucionar los conflictos existentes y restaurar la concordia deseada, las disposiciones tomadas en el concilio de Nicea marcaran y condicionaran inexorablemente tanto la linea politica seguida por el emperador y sus descendientes como la propia doctrina cristiana (7).
The Council of Nicea (325) used Athanasius's term "consubstantial" (homo-ousios) to refer to the Son's relationship to the Father.
8) However, the more important point for present purposes is that without rejecting Nicea Yoder also most certainly kept the door open for other lines of development.
Sin embargo, con el desplazamiento de la Parusia a un futuro incierto, esta perspectiva se altero y aquella primera experiencia se dividio en dos vertientes: una milenarista que, con Constantino (270/288-337), el Edicto de Milan (313) y el Concilio de Nicea (325), se hizo imperial, jerarquica, e intento precipitar el tiempo escatologico mediante la conversion de los paganos, la institucionalizacion de la caridad, el diagnostico y las terapias para la salvacion, y la imposicion de ellas como la unica forma de vida.
La revelacion mas chocante: en los primeros 300 anos del cristianismo nadie considero a Jesus hijo de Dios, hasta que, por conveniencia politica del emperador Constantino y con escaso margen de votos, asi lo decreto el concilio de Nicea, en el siglo IV.
Already at the Council of Nicea in 325 the bishops spoke of the quadragesima paschae (Latin for "40 days before Easter") as the well-established custom.
Documents are available and have been used for other purposes, but here she looks at what they reveal about the liturgical year as it existed and evolved between the Councils of Nicea and Ephesus.
The third section, "The Quest for Orthodoxy," shows how orthodoxy came to be defined and the tools that were used in its formation, by the time of Eusebius of Caesarea's Church History and the Council of Nicea in 325.
En este contexto resaltan las afirmaciones osadas del concilio de Nicea (325), osadas si se tiene en cuenta que van a contrapelo de los mas elementales principios filosoficos del mundo helenico.
Plato on the "idea" of the object (80), and the council of Nicea on images (83).