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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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1 Intro | tendency to outweigh canons,”7 but we must not overestimate 2 1 | their jurisdiction. ~Canon 7: confirms the right of the 3 1”,6 | calling him the Patriarch[7]) of Alexandria came to 4 1”,7 | 7.~ Inasmuch as a custom has 5 1”,14| illuminated, or illuminati, in ch. 7 of Book VIII of the Apostolical 6 1”,18| opposite way round (Heb. 7:7). Let them receive the 7 1”,18| opposite way round (Heb. 7:7). Let them receive the divine 8 2”,7 | 7.~ As for those heretics 9 3”,7 | 7.~ These things having been 10 4”,7 | 7.~ We have decreed in regard 11 7”,7 | 7.~ Since we have learned 12 7”,7 | Evangelist St. Luke. (Luke 14:7). For he told those called 13 7”,13| not to be freed” (1 Cor. 7:27). We are cognizant, though, 14 7”,26| God at a heart” (Sam. 12:7). Hence from what they can 15 7”,69| History of Eusebius (Book 7, ch. 30) that a council 16 7”,71| by the husband” (1 Cor. 7:14).~(c. XIV of the 4th.)~ ~ 17 7”,71| save they wife?” (1 Cor. 7:16). See also c. XIV of 18 7”,74| understandingly” (Ps. 47:7). In expounding this text 19 7”,75| house of prayer’ (Isa. 56:7); but ye have made it a ‘ 20 7”,75| a ‘robberscave” (Jer. 7:11). Hence, in order to 21 8 | a definition in its Act 7 worded as follows: “We define 22 8”,4 | upon his own head” (Ps. 7:16), as transgressor of 23 8”,7 | 7.~ Paul the divine Apostle 24 8”,15| Carthage; Matt. 6:24; 1 Cor. 7:20; Acts 20:34.)~ ~Interpretation.~ 25 8”,23| c. XXX of the 4th.~ ~ [7] For the name Patriarch 26 8”,23| is unindictable (Titus 1:7). The word irreprehensible ( 27 8”,23| Book of Revelation (v. 3 to 7), where it says that Satan 28 8”,23| ch. 8) and Sozomen (book 7, ch. 9) say, after the Egyptian 29 8”,23| heretical views (see pp. 495-7 of the Dodecabiblus).~ ~ [ 30 8”,23| but also Socrates (in Book 7 of his History, ch. 32) 31 8”,23| 43) and Socrates (Book 7, ch. 32) say: “Wherefore 32 8”,23| of his own city. Novels 7 and 8 of Leo, on the other 33 8”,23| all, to wit, that Novels 7 and 8 of Leo decree that 34 8”,23| please his wife” (1 Cor. 7:33). So in order that all 35 8”,23| be by agreement” (1 Cor. 7:5); and “Art thou tied to 36 8”,23| not to be freed” (1 Cor. 7:27). And again: “A wife 37 8”,23| his wife has it” (1 Cor. 7:4). But if it is true that 38 8”,23| called us in peace” (1 Cor. 7:15); and also that which 39 8”,23| acting as an adultress” (Rom. 7:3) — by the wrord “liveth40 8”,23| and eat” (Acts 10:13; 11:7). What should he sacrifice? 41 8”,23| Armenopoulos, Book I, Title 7. It should be borne in mind, 42 8”,23| the Ancient of Days (Dan. 7:9); and the Son of God wore 43 8”,23| Meletius the Confessor (subject 7, concerning unleavened wafers) 44 8”,23| and Origins, Book I, ch. 7, and Book II); and Tertullian, 45 8”,23| present Council, in its Act 7, said “in all respects to


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