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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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    Council,  Canon
1 Intro | for the knowledge of the law and institutions of early 2 Intro | constitute the core of Church Law in the Christian East, even 3 Intro | of the Western Church's law during the first millennium 4 Intro | Eastern Church's written law. Although it was not the 5 Intro | substitute a written, universal law for the already existing 6 Intro | already existing customary law with its local variants, 7 Intro | scales in favor of written law. In the first place, the 8 Intro | predominance of written law. During the first centuries 9 Intro | giving the force of state law to the decisions of the 10 Intro | existence of a body of canonical law.5 This evolution was later 11 Intro | the extent that written law (canons and imperial laws) 12 Intro | principle of Byzantine church law. Appealing to custom remains 13 Intro | to marriage and monastic law. No council issued regulations 14 Intro | consciously referring to the case law of his time. At the same 15 Intro | for the historian of canon law. Nonetheless, even more 16 Intro | taken in the field of case law.19 We have to wait till 17 Intro | expression of Orthodox canon law, such an attitude is a manifest 18 Intro | historical core of Orthodox canon law. This appears to be even 19 Intro | Orthodox practitioners of canon law, since the canons' stipulations 20 Intro | the core of all legitimate law still in force.47~ The point 21 Intro | technical terms in canon law had not yet been rigidly 22 Intro | automatically apply to canon law principles of interpretation 23 Intro | by specialists in civil law. For example, we would really 24 Intro | we, then consider it as a law in the proper sense, which 25 Intro | adage is applicable to canon law: Non ex regula ius sumatur 26 1”,9 | not only unchargeable at law, but also entirely unimpeachable 27 1”,13| exit, the old and canonical Law shall be kept even now, 28 1”,13| of the old and canonical law (which appears to be c. 29 1”,14| accordingly, whatever the law says to them, it is speaking 30 1”,14| them as to persons in the law, according to the Apostolic 31 2”,6 | Canon pursuant to the civil law adds that provision that 32 3”,8 | secular and civil form and law, undertook to show authority 33 3”,8 | with a form, i.e., a civil law or royal decree, contrary 34 3”,8 | holy Council for that civil law to remain invalid and ineffective.[ 35 7”,3 | misdeeds and violations of the law, whether they happen to 36 7”,15| I. Inasmuch as the civil law bids like to be judged by 37 7”,21| insensible and break the law more impudently than ever.~ ~ ~ 38 7”,39| seventeenth year, and makes it a law for her to be enrolled in 39 7”,45| proceeding forward makes it a law that even with the foresight 40 7”,69| talk, but to obey, as the law directs. If they wish to 41 7”,69| talk but to obey, as the law directs. If they wish to 42 7”,70| civil laws (i.e., civil law) must not resort to the 43 7”,70| were being taught civil law wont to adopt these Greek 44 7”,70| midst or at the end of their law course. Anyone doing such 45 7”,81| suggesting beforehand through the law the true lamb to us, Christ 46 7”,81| truth in fulfillment of the Law. Since, therefore, that 47 7”,81| regarding those old types of the Law, we honor and value them, 48 7”,87| declared a holiday by the law in order to allow the slave 49 7”,97| because even in the old Law a betrothal had the force 50 8”,1 | anything to the words of the Law, nor to take anything out 51 8”,6 | commandment is a lamp; and the law is a light and reproof with 52 8”,6 | furthermore, the commandment and law of God are a lamp and a 53 8”,7 | written and the unwritten law they must thus prevail. 54 8”,23| are forced to violate the law with respect to what is 55 8”,23| Constantine made a contrary law to the effect that all former 56 8”,23| have effect as an unwritten law even in civil matters, and 57 8”,23| having validity in lieu of a law, yet this is not the case 58 8”,23| which there is no written law and in regard to those matters 59 8”,23| conflict with a written law, or a Canon: and this is 60 8”,23| because He laid this down as a law, but because He condescended 61 8”,23| Apostle (sc. St. Paul), “no law is applicable to a righteous 62 8”,23| Orthodox. For whatever the law says, the Council necessarily 63 8”,23| be a gross violation of law for that Council to dare 64 8”,23| is a gross violation of law and is under an anathema, 65 8”,23| mandatorily prescribes it as a law to abbots and exarchs of 66 8”,23| brotherhood; and that the law will not recognize the relationship 67 8”,23| 29: “It has been made a law by the Emperors preceding 68 8”,23| and in accordance with the law, than to change your mind 69 8”,23| 37, says that the civil law punishes conspiracies and 70 8”,23| Emperor, actuated by the civil law, added the recommendation 71 8”,23| requirement of the civil law, and not of the divine Canons ( 72 8”,23| but did not make this a law; on the contrary, in fact, 73 8”,23| not that he made this a law, but because he made a concession 74 8”,23| to conform with the old law saying, “Be ye ready: for 75 8”,23| to conform, not with the law, but with the lawgiver Himself, 76 8”,23| it, is a violation of the law, and is in fact a counter 77 8”,23| and is in fact a counter law enacted in defiance of the 78 8”,23| general name, and not by any law, that subdeacons, anagnosts, 79 8”,23| are obviously breaking the law. For the divine Apostles 80 8”,23| two days is laid down as a law by Christ Himself, who said: “ 81 8”,23| first miracle, it was made a law for blood and water to be 82 8”,23| Emperor Theodosius made a law (before the Fourth and the 83 8”,23| the Churches by making a law that women should not be 84 8”,23| punished severely, as the law commands in Title II of 85 8”,23| thirteenth ordinance of the law prescribes that anyone making 86 8”,23| judge, as Book VIII of the law, Title I, ordinance 35 ( 87 8”,23| employed by those teaching law when they were disputing 88 8”,23| which prefigured in the old law the four Evangelists, but, 89 8”,23| is a transgression of the law, there can be no necessity. 90 8”,23| their greatness. Because the law which forbids every oath 91 8”,23| the express command of His law. ‘I commanded,’ He will 92 8”,23| the transgressor of the law concerning oaths were ten 93 8”,23| conflict with the divine law ought to be annulled, and 94 8”,23| this fact from an innate law of consciousness that is 95 8”,23| the Gospel, but of the old Law, as Pope Gregory II says 96 8”,23| St. Germanus (for the old Law had the two Cherubim, which 97 8”,23| a god). Not only the old Law, but also the custom of 98 8”,23| symbols consisting of the old Law and the Prophets. This is 99 8”,23| that having a shadow the Law did not furnish a veritable 100 8”,23| to be punished by the old Law with the death penalty, 101 8”,23| however, that according to law and Blastaris, what is called

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