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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 This ecumenical council was the first effort to attain consensus in the Church through an assembly representing all of Christendom.
Retrieved 24 May The council promulgated twenty new church laws, called canonsthough the exact number is subject to debatethat is, unchanging rules of discipline.
At the time of the council, he was the confidant of the emperor in all Church matters. Kauffman, nicdia 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 the mean time, paganism remained legal and present in public affairs.
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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: Despite Constantine’s sympathetic interest in the Church, he was not baptized until some 11 or 12 years after the council, putting dw baptism as long as he did so as to be absolved from as much sin as possible  in accordance with the belief that in baptism all sin is forgiven fully and completely. Bishop Hosius of Cordova, one of the firm Homoousians, may well have helped bring the council to consensus.
The disputed issues centered on the natures and relationship of God the Father and the Son of God Jesus.
Primacy of the Roman pontiff and East-West Schism. Some distinctive elements in the Nicene Creedperhaps from the hand of Hosius of Cordova, were added, some specifically to counter the Arian point of view. 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 bishops in other regions.
He did commission fifty Bibles in for use in the churches of Constantinople, itself still a new city. Renaissance depiction concllio the Council of Trent. In Jerome ‘s Prologue to Judith 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.
Constantine himself was succeeded by two Arian Emperors in the Conciilio Empire: Constantine’s role regarding Nicaea was that of supreme civil leader and authority in the empire. CiliciaConstantinopleJerusalem Syriac: Niceix 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.
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 Rome 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 Df.
Constantine’s coinage and other official motifs, until the Council of Nicaea, had affiliated him with the pagan cult of Sol Invictus. For the first time, representatives of many of the bishops of the Church convened to agree on a doctrinal statement.
Also for the first time, the Emperor played a role, by calling together the bishops under his authority, and using the power of the state to give the council’s orders effect.
The Arian discussions and debates at the council extended from about 20 Maythrough about 19 June. A Syriac manuscript lists the names of the eastern bishops which included twenty two from Coele-Syria, nineteen from Palestine, ten from Phoenicia, six from Arabia, etc. Meletius, it was decided, should remain in his ed city of Lycopolis in Egypt, but without exercising authority or the power to ordain new clergy; he was forbidden to go into the environs comcilio the town or to enter another diocese for the purpose of ordaining its subjects.
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.
Greek words like “essence” ousia”substance” hypostasis”nature” physis”person” prosopon bore a variety of meanings drawn from pre-Christian philosophers, which could not but entail misunderstandings until they were cleared up. In support of this, they cite the position of early fathers and their expression of the need for all churches to agree with Rome see Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses III: 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.
The controversy between those who argued for independent computations and those who argued for continued concilo on the Jewish calendar was formally resolved by the Council, which concilo the independent procedure that had been in use for some time at Rome and Alexandria. Retrieved 12 October Valens could not resolve the outstanding ecclesiastical issues, and unsuccessfully confronted St. And Arius argued that everything ncieia was nicela through the Son.
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The council of Nicaea dealt primarily with the issue of the deity of Christ. The majority of the bishops agreed. Part of a series on the. 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. However, Nicene Christianity did not become the state religion of the Roman Empire until the Edict of Thessalonica in 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.
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When first informed of concioio 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. Christianity portal History portal Religion portal Turkey portal.
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Hosius of Cordoba may have presided over its deliberations; he was probably one of the Papal legates.