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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 1 | incarnate, and was made man, suffered and rose again 2 1”,3 | with her indecently, such a man shall be deposed, and shall 3 1”,8 | were the Novatians.[12] The man Novatian himself was a presbyter 4 1”,8 | Haer. 38. So, although this man did not err as respecting 5 1”,17 | which says that the chosen man is one “who hath not lent 6 1”,17 | meaning the righteous man who is destined to dwell 7 2”,6 | in every respect, and the man who claims to have been 8 3 | actually lived as a son of man, not merely with respect 9 3”,8 | because of his being an old man, and deeming his tears a 10 3”,8 | hastened to learn whether the man had suffered any legal deposition 11 3”,8 | brought against him the man himself had submitted his 12 3”,8 | to have mercy on the old man, who had been away from 13 4”,14 | by any Orthodox Christian man or woman in general with 14 4”,15 | anathematized together with the man who has joined himself with 15 4”,15 | anathematized together with the man who has married her. Armenopoulos, 16 6 | of Alexandria, a certain man by the name of Theodore 17 6 | the infantile-minded old man named Polychronius, who 18 7”,7 | you bluntly, ‘Give this man your seat’; and then to 19 7”,7 | to suppers and dinners: ‘Man, when you are invited by 20 7”,7 | unceremoniously, “Give this man the seat you have taken 21 7”,13 | joined together, let no man put asunder” (Matt. 19:6); 22 7”,13 | says unequivocally: Let no man sunder those who have been 23 7”,14 | thirty years old, though the man be thoroughly worthy; but, 24 7”,14 | says: “We do not allow a man to become a presbyter below 25 7”,15 | XIX of Carthage a young man could be ordained an Anagnost ( 26 7”,16 | And they chose Stephen, a man full of faith and Holy Spirit, 27 7”,16 | deacons, others wanting this man, and others wanting that 28 7”,16 | and others wanting that man, divine Chrysostom goes 29 7”,25 | dissolved, and that the man will have no essential share 30 7”,31 | tradition, this God-bearing man asserted the said words. 31 7”,38 | granted to the throne of the man aforesaid by the God-bearing 32 7”,42 | thing too. Without an “old man,” however, at hand to welcome 33 7”,46 | in a Monastery, nor any man in the women’s quarters 34 7”,46 | monastery of monks, nor may any man in general sleep at a convent 35 7”,47 | woman who is the wife of a man who is being elevated to 36 7”,47 | woman who is the wife of a man who is about to become a 37 7”,53 | teaches us by telling us, “O man, thou shalt not take in 38 7”,53 | in his c. LXXVI that of a man taking his sister-in-law 39 7”,61 | same time decreeing that no man shall put on any feminine 40 7”,61 | wearing men’s clothing, and a man from wearing women’s clothing: “ 41 7”,61 | not wear the apparel of a man, neither shall a man put 42 7”,61 | of a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment; 43 7”,63 | observe it. First, let one man be a listener, as the hearing 44 7”,63 | something else; let one man teach, and let another man 45 7”,63 | man teach, and let another man learn; and after short periods, 46 7”,63 | words; vie not with a rich man when thou art indigent” ( 47 7”,63 | of them Prophets. So, O man, being a sheep, why are 48 7”,69 | exercise authority over a man, but to be quiet. For Adam 49 7”,69 | said: “It is not good that man should be alone; let us 50 7”,69 | was created, not to rule man, but to help him and to 51 7”,69 | attractive and more pathetic than man’s. The appearance of women 52 7”,69 | understood when we remember that man is pleased to listen to 53 7”,69 | whereas God looks into man’s soul in the depths of 54 7”,71 | 72.~ Let no Orthodox man be allowed to contract a 55 7”,71 | be married to a heretical man. But if it should be discovered 56 7”,71 | looked with favor upon a man who is a believer, or vice 57 7”,71 | or vice versa an infidel man upon a woman who is a believer), 58 7”,71 | permissible for an Orthodox man to marry a heretical woman, 59 7”,71 | get married to a heretical man. But if anyone should do 60 7”,76 | bathing of a woman with a man. This disorderly act is 61 7”,78 | beyond the mind and reason of man, from common knowledge and 62 7”,78 | beyond the conceivability of man’s mind and reason gave birth 63 7”,81 | be painted a full-grown man, with respect to His human 64 7”,86 | betaken herself to another man, according to sacred and 65 7”,86 | transfers herself to another man, she shall not return to 66 7”,86 | without a good reason, the man deserves to be pardoned, 67 7”,86 | if a wife takes another man, she can no longer return 68 7”,86 | Solomon, who says that any man is impious and wanting in 69 7”,86 | adulterously employed by another man. The rest of this Canon 70 7”,86 | repent with tears, such a man and his likes are canonized 71 7”,87 | the sabbath was made for man” (Mark 2:27), so that through 72 7”,87 | salvation and safety of the man. But if anyone should be 73 7”,87 | the Sabbath was made for man. This can be taken in two 74 7”,87 | burden in the service of man, so that it might as a result 75 7”,87 | but for the sake of the man who owns the animal. Or 76 7”,87 | result of all such exceptions man might be served. Thus too 77 7”,87 | for the salvation of the man owning the beast. But if 78 7”,92 | that cohabits with another man is committing adultery. 79 7”,92 | has unwittingly married a man who has been temporarily 80 7”,92 | of knowledge and to the man who has cohabited with her 81 7”,92 | has died, takes another man she is an adulteress[232]; ( 82 7”,92 | Basil) takes to husband that man who was left a long time 83 7”,93 | contrary, 1) because that man had taken the oath as a 84 7”,95 | inner rather than the outer man with virtues and benignant 85 7”,95 | that is to say, the inner man, or soul, with virtues and 86 7”,95 | paying attention to the outer man, or body, with such deceptive 87 7”,95 | prohibiting it, said that if a man has hair it is a mark of 88 7”,97 | woman betrothed to another man, while the man to whom she 89 7”,97 | to another man, while the man to whom she has been betrothed 90 7”,97 | age, that is to say, of a man and of a woman, and which 91 7”,97 | manner as this to another man, who, as her betrothed, 92 7”,97 | that is to say, like a man who takes to wife a woman 93 7”,97 | to another. That is why a man betrothed to a woman is 94 7”,100| Apostle loudly proclaims the man created in the image of 95 7”,100| view of the fact that a man is one who has been made 96 7”,101| rehabilitation to which the man is being invited. We must 97 7”,101| penances in dealing with the man who is unconcerned and pusillanimous, 98 7”,101| heavier, in the case of a man who is magnanimous; and 99 7”,101| cleanse the magnanimous man from sin, and, on the other 100 7”,101| making the pusillanimous man’s case worse. And, generally 101 8”,5 | him too, if he be a clergy­man, forfeit his office; but 102 8”,16 | days of old every priestly man has contented himself with 103 8”,23 | indispensable for every man to eat in order to live. 104 8”,23 | journey a monk or a priestly man should happen to be in want 105 8”,23 | Because a wife allows the man living with her unrestricted 106 8”,23 | love, and often leads the man to satiety of pleasure and 107 8”,23 | pleasure less attractive to the man. But in the case of the 108 8”,23 | intercourse with her can make the man living with her abate the 109 8”,23 | meaning tantalized)? You are a man subject to the passions 110 8”,23 | even granting that the man himself is not injured by 111 8”,23 | passion of love for the man who has been so indiscreet 112 8”,23 | consequences follow, every man ought to guard himself, 113 8”,23 | But if saints forbid a man to associate with women 114 8”,23 | verses that not only a virgin man, but every other man, and 115 8”,23 | virgin man, but every other man, and especially every clergyman 116 8”,23 | says: If you are a young man with respect to the body, 117 8”,23 | the body, or are an old man with respect to the body, 118 8”,23 | to the body, but a young man with respect to sentiment, 119 8”,23 | letter of his concerning a man named Anthony, who was about 120 8”,23 | correspondence that “a faithful old man named Serapion, who was 121 8”,23 | into the mouth of the old man; and after the boy did this 122 8”,23 | the boy did this the old man, having swallowed a little, 123 8”,23 | only called Christ a mere man, but also prated that after 124 8”,23 | misunderstood the phrase “the second man (came) from heaven” (1 Cor. 125 8”,23 | some prose, e.g.: “This man, I say, rent the Church 126 8”,23 | was in reference to this man that Isaiah said, ‘Woe unto 127 8”,23 | Isaiah said, ‘Woe unto this man! They shall not weep for 128 8”,23 | grace. Hence, said he, a man’s will is sufficient for 129 8”,23 | Concerning the heresy of this man divine Augustine also wrote 130 8”,23 | the n, Celestius. For the man named Celestinus was an 131 8”,23 | privative sense. For any man is unworthy of the prelacy 132 8”,23 | one and the same son of man. He is a God in this respect, 133 8”,23 | beheld in his sleep a tall man deserving much honor and 134 8”,23 | the Dodecabiblus). This man Eulogius lived during the 135 8”,23 | the Severians, led by a man named Severus, who was a 136 8”,23 | Jacobites, led by a certain man of Syros called Jacobus 137 8”,23 | marriage is a consociation of a man and a woman and a co-reception 138 8”,23 | taken to wife by a Christian man. For anyone that does this 139 8”,23 | fact, to wit, that even a man who has become a monk in 140 8”,23 | however, if he is a rich man, he shall pay damages in 141 8”,23 | money; but if he is a poor man, he shall be cudgeled.~ 142 8”,23 | who wants to follow the man, that is to say), and in 143 8”,23 | Constantinople, in whom they found a man to co-operate with them 144 8”,23 | crucified for us.” For that man was not anathematized by 145 8”,23 | Constantine, a most godly man and a friend of the Roman 146 8”,23 | divine works, nor as a mere man that He willed the human 147 8”,23 | as a God who had become a man, that is to say, who had 148 8”,23 | ordinator of an unmarried man must ask him whether he 149 8”,23 | though allowing the wife of a man about to be ordained a prelate 150 8”,23 | marriage, but ordains any man a prelate that it finds 151 8”,23 | because the imagination of man’s intellect is assiduously 152 8”,23 | it is a good thing for a man when he lifts up a yoke 153 8”,23 | to say by adding: “If any man or woman that believeth 154 8”,23 | married together with the man who married her; while the 155 8”,23 | if, as St. Paul says, any man in general is ugly when 156 8”,23 | liturgy by a singleold man,” but that they must be 157 8”,23 | improper.~ ~ [174] Hence that man John Glycys, though a logothete 158 8”,23 | she be married to another man, she is acting as an adultress” ( 159 8”,23 | having access to some other man on the sly — which is the 160 8”,23 | These three conditions of man are also represented, or 161 8”,23 | stoned (Lev. 20:27): “Any man or woman who becomes of 162 8”,23 | not wear the apparel of a man, neither shall a man put 163 8”,23 | of a man, neither shall a man put on a woman’s garment; 164 8”,23 | whatsoever let them allow a Latin man to marry an Orthodox woman, 165 8”,23 | woman to take an Orthodox man to husband. For what communion 166 8”,23 | to such a pass that one man (a poor man, that is to 167 8”,23 | pass that one man (a poor man, that is to say) would go 168 8”,23 | go hungry, while another man would get drunk (a rich 169 8”,23 | would get drunk (a rich man, that is to say), divine 170 8”,23 | Meletius Pegas, a very learned man, says in his third discourse 171 8”,23 | miracle! that same night the man who was guarding the church 172 8”,23 | terror. For if a God-bearing man like St. Ephrem did not 173 8”,23 | you doing, O unthinking man? Dont you know that by 174 8”,23 | and does not take another man as husband, but remains 175 8”,23 | king and soldier, rich man and poor man, are all equal 176 8”,23 | soldier, rich man and poor man, are all equal in Christ”). 177 8”,23 | Emperor of Russia, a learned man named Gazes Paisius, says 178 8”,23 | allowed to keep the second man, since both she and he are 179 8”,23 | of Heracleia says: “If a man departs from his wife for 180 8”,23 | adulteress herself, and the man who takes her shall likewise 181 8”,23 | such a person, a virtuous man, a man in holy orders, a 182 8”,23 | person, a virtuous man, a man in holy orders, a sober 183 8”,23 | entirely as to class the man who takes an oath with the 184 8”,23 | referring to such or such a man? For God will not judge 185 8”,23 | forward the example of this man or that, and be looking 186 8”,23 | common to all men, that man by the name of Clinias who 187 8”,23 | If you believe that the man is truthful, do not compel 188 8”,23 | Marcion was a disciple of a man named Cerdon, who served 189 8”,23 | flesh of Christ). When this man Marcion once asked St. Polycarp 190 8”,23 | distinguishes a woman from a man. That is why a certain philosopher 191 8”,23 | whiskers he felt that he was a man, and not a woman. Those 192 8”,23 | is the visage peculiar to man as distinguished from woman. 193 8”,23 | the natural visage of the man into one that is unnatural. “ 194 8”,23 | woman engaged to another man is to be judged as an adulterer. 195 8”,23 | who says (Reply 11): “The man who receives thoughts must 196 8”,23 | concerned, are close to the man who, though unsacred, performs 197 8”,23 | opinion of a single individual man. Then again, if it be considered 198 8”,23 | Lord was then a full-grown man perfected after baptism.


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