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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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sin

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,2 | psychical (i.e., animal) sin be found against the person, 2 1”,2 | pride, he fall into the same sin and into the same snare 3 1”,2 | animal (i.e., soul-wrought) sin[2] and is convicted thereof 4 1”,3 | has led to every sort of sin against mothers and daughters, 5 1”,9 | ordination committed the sin of carnal mingling, and 6 1”,11 | repentant on account of the sin they committed, shall be 7 7”,3 | who have been enslaved to sin and have not chosen to recede 8 7”,20 | they voluntarily forgo the sin on account of which they 9 7”,20 | complete abstinence from the sin on account of which they 10 7”,42 | have committed the greatest sin, seeing that the Lord said, “ 11 7”,42 | it, and no cause (of any sin, that is to say, and not 12 7”,72 | freed from the bondage of sin. Hence (says the present 13 7”,81 | Lamb who taketh away the sin of the world Christ our 14 7”,81 | God that taketh away the sin of the world,” therefore 15 7”,81 | Lamb which taketh away the sin of the world. But now that 16 7”,101| consideration the quality of the sin, and the willingness and 17 7”,101| treatment suited to the sin in question, lest by employing 18 7”,101| For, the diseases called sin are not simple affairs, 19 7”,101| by losing both. Because sin is so complex and various, 20 7”,101| so complex and various is sin, and so fast does it grow, 21 7”,101| whether he actually is coaxing sin to attack him, and how he 22 7”,101| he behaves in regard to sin, whether he is not opposed 23 7”,101| increasing, the lesion of sin with such measures. The 24 7”,101| the magnanimous man from sin, and, on the other hand, 25 7”,101| free him from the wounds of sin, so that he may taste the 26 7”,101| and of penances for their sin, let him at least command 27 8”,5 | 5.~ It is a deadly sin when any sinners remain 28 8”,5 | remission of this particular sin, and for pardon, instead 29 8”,5 | 271] about money a deadly sin; and they call their shameless 30 8”,5 | clergymen a worse than deadly sin, and assert that among those 31 8”,23 | 2] Zonaras calls every sin a psychical (or animal) 32 8”,23 | a psychical (or animal) sin that is due to an aberrancy 33 8”,23 | a psychical (or animal) sin is any sin that causes an 34 8”,23 | psychical (or animal) sin is any sin that causes an injury to 35 8”,23 | have considered a psychical sin to be one resulting from 36 8”,23 | however, the psychical sin spoken of in this Canon 37 8”,23 | asserted that by “psychical sin” the Canon means here a 38 8”,23 | inasmuch as pride is a mortal sin, and those who commit a 39 8”,23 | and those who commit a sin involving death forfeit 40 8”,23 | that has fallen into such a sin by unfrocking him.~ ~ [ 41 8”,23 | sinner when he weeps over his sin, and after laying a hand 42 8”,23 | those made on the score of sin. See also chapters 1 and 43 8”,23 | worse, and are egged on to sin more than ever. On this 44 8”,23 | attesting the remission of his sin, was called to account by 45 8”,23 | discourse on the fact that sin introduced three modes of 46 8”,23 | forfeited bliss on account of sin. This, according to the 47 8”,23 | the Second Ec. C. did not sin by adding to the Creed of 48 8”,23 | Church of the Westerners sin by permitting this addition. 49 8”,23 | therefore, to have but one sin, and not more. It is better 50 8”,23 | letter to Theodore that the sin which a monk commits when 51 8”,23 | afterwards come to hate the sin willingly and spontaneously, 52 8”,23 | committed an involuntary sin (for, according to Nemesius, 53 8”,23 | according to Nemesius, a sin is involuntary if it is 54 8”,23 | on account of a voluntary sin that renders him liable 55 8”,23 | who has committed a carnal sin before ordination and has 56 8”,23 | who have not committed the sin to completion to commune 57 8”,23 | who have confessed their sin; but not also any active 58 8”,23 | resigned on account of some sin of theirs. But once we have 59 8”,23 | he must first confess the sin to the bishop. Then, if 60 8”,23 | demoniacal complicity, his static sin is to be penanced more lightly 61 8”,23 | again. Hence it did not sin in doing this, as the Papists 62 8”,23 | to me, would involve no sin. This canon of the Sixth 63 8”,23 | not, methinks, involve any sin.~ ~ [221] Zonaras says 64 8”,23 | insist on adhering to the sin of the second marriage committed 65 8”,23 | and penances a hatred of sin, and a painful feeling in 66 8”,23 | Epistles General, says that a sin unto death, concerning which 67 8”,23 | John says, “there is a sin unto death, and there is 68 8”,23 | unto death, and there is a sin not unto death,” (1 John 69 8”,23 | 1 John 5:16), is every sin that used to be punished 70 8”,23 | designated as felonies. A sin not unto death is one that 71 8”,23 | Question 54) says that a sin unto death is one committed 72 8”,23 | but so is also any great sin, such as murder, adultery, 73 8”,23 | present Council calls the sin of a person that is incorrigible 74 8”,23 | incorrigible and impenitent a sin unto death. In agreement 75 8”,23 | Ecumenius too says that a sin unto death is one that is 76 8”,23 | by a return, such as the sin of Judas, and that of the


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