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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 1”,9 | entirely unimpeachable and free from every accusation, as 2 1”,12 | secular person of his own free will confesses his mistakes, 3 2”,6 | against a bishop happen to be free from all the above enumerated 4 2”,7 | them we say: “A seal of a free gift of Holy Spirit.” As 5 2”,7 | each seal, “a seal of a free gift of Holy Spirit.” And 6 3”,8 | all men, has given us as a free gift by His own blood.[77] 7 4”,4 | monks may remain quiet and free from temptation; and 2) 8 4”,19 | therein in good health and free from every indispensable 9 4”,19 | being in good health and free from any necessary care, 10 7”,8 | therein in good health and free from every indispensable 11 7”,8 | are in good health, and free from every necessary care, 12 7”,44 | that has already of her own free will and preference renounced 13 7”,44 | in a woman who of her own free will has previously rejected 14 7”,59 | with demons in order to free them from the demon accompanying 15 7”,60 | is a God and well able to free them from every ill plight 16 7”,101| the sinner to health and free him from the wounds of sin, 17 8”,1 | For “Let your conduct be free from avarice; being content 18 8”,5 | money to it of their own free will with a God-loving frame 19 8”,8 | the slave shall become free. Read also the Footnote 20 8”,18 | of a female slave or of a free woman in a bishopric, or 21 8”,19 | of his own and of his own free will. But if he should depart 22 8”,23 | little at a time, they can free themselves, if not entirely, 23 8”,23 | to that life absolved and free, this is a veritable imitation 24 8”,23 | to the Lord absolved and free, must again be made liable 25 8”,23 | the Greeks and Jews had a free hand in their times, while 26 8”,23 | the exercise of his own free will, therefore not the 27 8”,23 | meritoriousness of his natural free choice, had the Logos of 28 8”,23 | the meritoriousness of his free will, is either attracted ( 29 8”,23 | preserved the common Creed free from every innovation. This, 30 8”,23 | called Eutychians had a free hand, owing to the fact 31 8”,23 | Amochostos an archdiocese free from any molestations attempted 32 8”,23 | to be sacred, just as a free person also ceases under 33 8”,23 | like circumstances to be free, yet after the period of 34 8”,23 | a prelate that it finds free and unbound by marriage 35 8”,23 | preserved inviolable, and free from danger and suspicion, 36 8”,23 | the movements made by the free will of human beings are 37 8”,23 | remain as she is. For she is free to contract a second marriage 38 8”,23 | enslaved, the party who remains free cannot remarry. But if he 39 8”,23 | the sake of keeping them free from idolatry. The divine


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