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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1 | fragments have reached us: the creed, or symbol, given above; 2 2 | Nicaea, it did not draw up a creed of its own, but, by simply 3 2 | making a small change in the Creed adopted by the Nicene Council, 4 2 | additions to and changes in the Creed adopted by the First Council 5 2 | thereafter accepted the Creed of the First and Second 6 2 | Second Councils as a single Creed. As to why this Council 7 2”,1 | Orthodox faith, meaning the creed adopted by the 318 Fathers 8 2”,5 | definition confirming the holy Creed of the Nicene Fathers and 9 3 | compose or write any other Creed than the one issued by the 10 3”,7 | there were read both the Creed of the holy and Ecumenical 11 3”,7 | held in Nicaea, and the Creed of Jewish-minded Nestorius, 12 3”,7 | faith to Orthodoxy another Creed[76] than the Symbol of the 13 3”,7 | other symbol of faith (or creed), or to present it openly, 14 4 | holy Council, following the Creed of the First Nicene Council 15 4 | left unaltered the common Creed of the First Ec. Council, 16 4 | us, and the Symbol (i.e., Creed) of the Fathers has imparted 17 8”,23| this Council added to the Creed of the Nicene Council that 18 8”,23| developed and completed this Creed, as Nicephorus Callistus 19 8”,23| Faith (usually called the Creed in English) of the Nicene 20 8”,23| since he confessed in his Creed: “We do not deem the Holy 21 8”,23| Accordingly, in interpreting the Creed the same saint says: “The 22 8”,23| that Nestorius wrote in his Creed that the Holy Spirit proceeds 23 8”,23| Third Council accepted this Creed and did not object to it 24 8”,23| Papists assert that the Creed of Nestorius was condemned 25 8”,23| this written into the holy Creed of the First and Second 26 8”,23| out of reverence for the Creed he gave up this intention 27 8”,23| Christ as revealed by the Creed, they did not want to add 28 8”,23| undertake to compose another Creed (called in GreekSymbol 29 8”,23| opportune occasion to compose a creed of his own, and he was wont 30 8”,23| the writing of a different creed in general, or, more explicitly 31 8”,23| forbid heretics a different creed than the (Symbol of) faith 32 8”,23| also the explanation of the Creed of this Council which divine 33 8”,23| compose any other Orthodox Creed than the one of the Nicene 34 8”,23| offer the same Orthodox Creed itself differently worded 35 8”,23| from the text of the holy Creed, not merely a single word, 36 8”,23| anything from the common Creed, notwithstanding that they 37 8”,23| dare to modify the sacred Creed at all, but, instead, contented 38 8”,23| of adding to the common Creed the doctrine concerning 39 8”,23| hard pressed to add to the Creed an elucidation or approbation 40 8”,23| they preserved the common Creed free from every innovation. 41 8”,23| independent thoughts to the Creed as respecting the faith, 42 8”,23| implicitly embodied in the Creed, and constituted additions 43 8”,23| venerability of the Nicene Creed, and towards the definition 44 8”,23| anathema any addition to the Creed whether with respect to 45 8”,23| venerability of the Nicene Creed, however, and this same 46 8”,23| not sin by adding to the Creed of the First, so must it 47 8”,23| anyone to add anything to the Creed (though the Council held 48 8”,23| implicitly included in the Creed. And what is the evidence 49 8”,23| Councils, which accepted the Creed of the First and that of 50 8”,23| the Second as one single Creed, called only the Nicene 51 8”,23| called only the Nicene Creed; but not so with the words 52 8”,23| implicitly contained in the Creed of the First Ec. C.; for 53 8”,23| any different faith (or Creed) than that defined by the 54 8”,23| Councils, or rather the Creed.” That the Fathers of the 55 8”,23| rather than added to the Creed of the First is attested 56 8”,23| All-holy Spirit construed the Creed called great and venerable, 57 8”,23| that is to say, the Nicene Creed) was emphasized by the 150 58 8”,23| addition whatsoever in the Creed with an anathema, as did 59 8”,23| Westernersaddition in the Creed is a gross violation of 60 8”,23| to have been added to the Creed, owing to the definitions 61 8”,23| command that the common Creed be preserved intact and 62 8”,23| which has been added in the Creed concerning the Holy Spirit, 63 8”,23| wrongly chanted along with the Creed in the Church of the Romans, 64 8”,23| defiance of this sacred Creed dare to set forth any other, 65 8”,23| or a subtraction, in this Creed which has been handed down 66 8”,23| condemned the addition in the Creed, by saying: “We again are 67 8”,23| council, imparted the holy Creed; and we put them in the 68 8”,23| 589, commanded the holy Creed to read without the addition 69 8”,23| against the addition in the Creed, upon being asked by Charles 70 8”,23| engrave the entire holy Creed without it upon two silver 71 8”,23| Faith called the Nicene Creed. But for anyone to set forth 72 8”,23| supposed to be in the form of a creed of his own), that is not 73 8”,23| exposition of their own creed. But this is not all. Even 74 8”,23| conflict with the common Creed. 3) No one must be baptized 75 8”,23| anything from the common Creed and represent it as his 76 8”,23| by incorporating it in a creed of his own. (Dositheus, 77 8”,23| was in agreement with the Creed of the First and Second 78 8”,23| what is termed in English a creed), and they cite many Western 79 8”,23| this, that this Symbol (or Creed) is one which originated 80 8”,23| concerning this Symbol (or Creed) sufficiently when he said: “ 81 8”,23| appears that this Symbol (or Creed) really is contained in 82 8”,23| due the addition to the Creed that was the first and worst 83 8”,23| Graeco-Romanum) where after the Creed (or Symbol of the Faith)

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