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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1 | the Father], or that the Son of God is created, or mutable, 2 1”,3 | stigmatized also Amnon, the son of David, as a result of 3 2 | constructed or created by the Son, secondarily against Apollinaris, 4 2”,5 | divinity of Father and of Son and of Holy Spirit.~(c. 5 2”,5 | divinity of Father, and of Son, and of Holy Spirit, in 6 2”,7 | who teach that Father and Son are the same person, and 7 2”,7 | that the Father and the Son were one and the same person, 8 3 | say, he divided the one Son into two sons, calling one 9 3 | calling one of them the Son of God, and the other the 10 3 | of God, and the other the son of the Virgin. Wherefore 11 3 | another, and another, but one Son, the same, above motherless 12 3 | and actually lived as a son of man, not merely with 13 3 | resulted one Christ and Son, not because the difference 14 3 | one Lord and Christ and Son, of divinity and of humanity, 15 3”,7 | incarnation) of the Only-begotten Son of God, or, by any chance, 16 3”,7 | incarnation of the only-begotten Son of God, contained in the 17 4 | confess one and the same Son or Lord Jesus Christ, perfect 18 4 | One and the same Christ, Son, Lord, Only-begotten (composed) 19 4 | contrary one and the same Son and only-begotten God Logos, 20 4 | the one and only-begotten Son.” In addition he also anathematized 21 4”,3 | herein decreed, that per son shall be liable to ecclesiastical 22 7 | Justinian II, who was the son of Pogonatus and was surnamed 23 7 | the reign of Constantine’s son Justinian and promulgated 24 7”,1 | adore the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit with 25 7”,1 | Theodosius, who was the son of Arcadius and who also 26 7”,1 | preaching one Christ the Son of God who became incarnate, 27 7”,1 | voice the one Christ the Son of God composed of two natures 28 7”,1 | with the Father and The Son, which hath spoken through 29 7”,53| cousin; or any father and his son who likewise take a mother 30 7”,53| cousin, or any father and his son if they take to wife a mother 31 8”,13| by the Father, and by the Son, and by the Holy Spirit; 32 8”,23| prevail so widely that the Son of God was hardly being 33 8”,23| others, has said), was a son of a Manichean woman named 34 8”,23| denying the hypostasis of the Son and of the Spirit, like 35 8”,23| used to assert that the Son of God had not come down 36 8”,23| to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit,” 37 8”,23| to the Father through the Son in the Holy Spirit,” in 38 8”,23| apply a conjunction to the Son, while the Arians, on the 39 8”,23| of the Father through the Son in the Holy Spirit,” when, 40 8”,23| professed the eternity of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 41 8”,23| because they said that the Son was in all respects unlike 42 8”,23| by Arius. They said the Son was like the Father in all 43 8”,23| A third group called the Son neither like nor unlike 44 8”,23| that the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit were 45 8”,23| Father, and at times the Son, and at oth3r times the 46 8”,23| of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 47 8”,23| the Holy Spirit either a Son or to have acquired Its 48 8”,23| Its existence through the Son, being as It is of the essence 49 8”,23| the essence of God, not a Son, but being in essence a 50 8”,23| incarnation of the only-begotten Son of God shall forfeit their 51 8”,23| blasphemed in regard to the Son shall be forgiven, but he 52 8”,23| something belonging to the Son, Theodoret said in refuting 53 8”,23| something belonging to the Son: if he means something of 54 8”,23| Spirit is derived from the Son, or that It has Its existence 55 8”,23| through and by virtue of the Son, we shall reject this notion 56 8”,23| the Spirit belonged to the Son. For he says in the apology ( 57 8”,23| something not alien to the Son” (ibid.). But what is the 58 8”,23| something not alien to the Son in respect of essence” ( 59 8”,23| to creation through the Son.” Wherefore in view of the 60 8”,23| is not derived from the Son and does not have Its existence 61 8”,23| through and by virtue of the Son, but that It proceeds out 62 8”,23| is said to belong to the Son, on the ground that It is 63 8”,23| Father, and not out of the Son, nor that It has Its existence 64 8”,23| through or by virtue of the Son, and the fact that the Third 65 8”,23| proceed also out of the Son, as the Papists blasphemously 66 8”,23| Fathers confessed therein the Son of God, begotten out of 67 8”,23| discourse concerning the Son, in addressing the Greeks, 68 8”,23| since he blasphemed the Son of God, while Celestius 69 8”,23| meaning “and out of the Son”), which was enough to provoke 70 8”,23| in that it represents the Son as a caused cause, and introduces 71 8”,23| Spirit proceeds out of the Son, but we even deem those 72 8”,23| that He is one and the same Son of God, and one and the 73 8”,23| God, and one and the same son of man. He is a God in this 74 8”,23| existence either from the Son or through the Son, which 75 8”,23| from the Son or through the Son, which Theodoret therein 76 8”,23| one in the reign of his son Justinian. For, according 77 8”,23| Father was one God arid the Son another God. For in respect 78 8”,23| whereas in. respect to the Son he asserted that He was 79 8”,23| the greater, and that the Son was the lesser; arid this 80 8”,23| parable of the prodigal son were the deacons and the 81 8”,23| source of the divinity of the Son and of the Spirit. The words “ 82 8”,23| Holy and Mightydenote the Son, who is also mighty, and 83 8”,23| Holy Spirit along with the Son, as St. John Damascene says ( 84 8”,23| Trinity, and places the Son of God separately and the 85 8”,23| to be the first-begotten son of the Devil (Iren. Book 86 8”,23| Days (Dan. 7:9); and the Son of God wore a beard while 87 8”,23| is in fact every natural son in relation to his natural 88 8”,23| imagetook that of the Son and Logos in relation to 89 8”,23| seeing that father and son are two hypostases; it does


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