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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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1 Intro | Nicea relevant to this case.2 In the West, the regulations 2 1 | choice or by violence. ~Canon 2: Rules to be observed for 3 1”,2 | 2.~ Inasmuch as many things, 4 1”,2 | i.e., soul-wrought) sin[2] and is convicted thereof 5 1”,9 | Versionblameless”) (I Tim. 3:2), or, in other words, not 6 2”,2 | 2.~ Bishops must not leave 7 3”,2 | 2.~ If, on the other hand, 8 4”,2 | 2.~ If any Bishop ordain anyone 9 4”,4 | free from temptation; and 2) in order that he may himself 10 7 | following, as confirmed by Acts 2 and 4 and 8 of the Seventh 11 7”,1 | the word of life” (Phil. 2:16), is committed to holding 12 7”,2 | 2.~ This too has appeared 13 7”,26| general who are wearing them; 2) because this Canon is speaking 14 7”,26| the same creatures (1 Tim. 2:9), do they not still more 15 7”,69| sanctity with sobriety” (1 Tim. 2:1115).~ ~Interpretation.~ 16 7”,69| helper meet for him” (Gen. 2:18). This means that woman 17 7”,75| house of merchandise (John 2:16). He even poured out 18 7”,87| was made for man” (Mark 2:27), so that through all 19 7”,93| under threat of danger; 2) he allowed him to conduct 20 7”,96| in Photius, Title V, ch. 2). According to Armenopoulos, 21 8”,1 | heard unspeakable words (2 Cor. 12:2-4).~(c. I of the 22 8”,1 | unspeakable words (2 Cor. 12:2-4).~(c. I of the 4th; c. 23 8”,2 | 2.~ Since as a matter of fact 24 8”,4 | parents for their children” (2 Cor. 12:14). If, therefore, 25 8”,4 | crown of glory” (1 Pet. 5:2-4).~ ~Interpretation.~Because 26 8”,13| house of merchandise” (John 2:16).~(cc. IV, XXIV of the 27 8”,23| more efficaciously.~ ~ [2] Zonaras calls every sin 28 8”,23| 11:4) and Salem (Ps. 76:2), other names of the same 29 8”,23| people may be saved” (Homily 2 on 2 Tim., p. 337 of Vol. 30 8”,23| may be saved” (Homily 2 on 2 Tim., p. 337 of Vol. IV). 31 8”,23| Chrysostom (in his Discourse 2 concerning holy orders) 32 8”,23| irreproachable" (1 Tim. 3:2). This word irreproachable 33 8”,23| Epistle to Timothy, ch. 2, v. 12: “I suffer not a 34 8”,23| that are above” (Col. 3:1-2). And thereafter in this 35 8”,23| the Theologian’s letter 2 to Cledonius). He even went 36 8”,23| 54] Socrates (book 2, ch. 10) relates that the 37 8”,23| from the common confession. 2) They must not conflict 38 8”,23| according to Evagrius (book 2, ch. 1 of his Ecclesiastical 39 8”,23| children of wrath” (Eph. 2:3), instead of saying “and 40 8”,23| owners of the lands: and 2) that not only slaves, but 41 8”,23| Armenopoulos, Section 3, Heading 2, of his Epitome of the Canons.)~ ~ [ 42 8”,23| mist from the earth” (Gen. 2:6), instead of saying “there 43 8”,23| Justinian, too, in Book 3, ch. 2, of his Ecclesiastical Compilation, 44 8”,23| Patriarch of Constantinople. 2) Since the Second Ec. C. 45 8”,23| Tarasius, recorded in Act 2 of the 7th Ec. C. (page 46 8”,23| view to strict sobriety. 2) Because prelates possessed 47 8”,23| but one wife” (Discourse 2 on Job). And secondly, from 48 8”,23| thing. See also Footnote 2 to Ap. c. LXIII, and that 49 8”,23| orders, or who has resigned. 2) If c. III of the present 50 8”,23| below it mentions this; 2) because in most of them 51 8”,23| yoke from his youth” (Jer. 2:20). But inasmuch as this 52 8”,23| according to chapters 1 and 2 of Book III of the Apostolic 53 8”,23| mutual consent and agreement. 2) She ought to remain unmarried 54 8”,23| which is recorded in ch. 2 of Title I of the Nomicon 55 8”,23| XLVII, Title III, ordinance 2 provides that anyone is 56 8”,23| Serve the Lord in fear” (Ps. 2:11), he severely censures 57 8”,23| the living God” (Ps. 42:2), in which the wordstrong” 58 8”,23| 6:13; Ps. 63:11; Jer. 4:2; and alibi). Yes, they were 59 8”,23| agreement with this Canon ch. 2 of Title LVIII of Book LX 60 8”,23| of the mystery, pp. 301–2). But some other persons 61 8”,23| antagonistic to statues; 2) because neither the letters 62 8”,23| compromise with the times; 2) that statues ought not 63 8”,23| also possess a body (ch. 2 on the Gospel according 64 8”,23| i.e., church buildings); 2) the fact that they teach 65 8”,23| Spirit upon all flesh” (Joel 2:28), as seen in some old 66 8”,23| Photius, in Title I, ch. 2, says that the third ordinance 67 8”,23| be a later invention. ~ 2) The fact that the relics 68 8”,23| to c. XVII of Nicephorus; 2) if women enter the monastery,


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