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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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theologian

   Council,  Canon
1 1”,14 | according to (Gregory) the Theologian (in his Discourse on the 2 2 | of Jerusalem, Gregory the Theologian and Gregory of Nyssa; and 3 4”,16 | thereof, as St. Gregory the Theologian says, how great indeed is 4 7”,1 | with the utterance of the Theologian. Hence, inasmuch as we have 5 7”,1 | embracing the utterance of the Theologian and driving out profane 6 7”,1 | maxim of St. Gregory the Theologian,[128] which says that it 7 7”,2 | of Nyssa, of Gregory the Theologian, of Amphilochius the Archbishop 8 7”,63 | interpreting which St. Gregory the Theologian clearly presents the right 9 7”,70 | adversaries, as St. Gregory the Theologian writes in the epitaph of 10 7”,101| according to St. Gregory the Theologian). So, then, the confessor 11 8”,23 | evil. For St. Gregory the Theologian in his epic verses wonders 12 8”,23 | according to Gregory the Theologian. The descriptive appelation 13 8”,23 | and mercy. St. Gregory the Theologian, on the other hand, in his 14 8”,23 | 332), and from what the Theologian says (Discourse 51), and 15 8”,23 | the hand of Gregory the Theologian, who in the midst of this 16 8”,23 | this point, Gregory the Theologian countered that we ought 17 8”,23 | God (see St. Gregory the Theologian’s letter 2 to Cledonius). 18 8”,23 | friendship of St. Gregory the Theologian in Constantinople, he was 19 8”,23 | Maximus St. Gregory the Theologian also wrote some verses and 20 8”,23 | added here that Gregory the Theologian, in his first letter to 21 8”,23 | addition, St. Gregory the Theologian in his letter to Cledonius 22 8”,23 | aver that St. Gregory the Theologian resigned, as is asserted 23 8”,23 | Logos, according to another theologian). The terms “unrupturably” 24 8”,23 | of episcopal letters. The Theologian, on the other hand, in writing 25 8”,23 | narrated by St. Gregory the Theologian in his epitaph to St. Basil 26 8”,23 | Hence it is that the same Theologian in his Epic Verses says 27 8”,23 | 128] Note that the Theologian borrowed this maxim from 28 8”,23 | See also St. Gregory the Theologian in his Discourse on the 29 8”,23 | Discourse of St. Gregory the Theologian (on page 226) where he calls 30 8”,23 | according to St. Gregory the Theologian, but also because it spurted 31 8”,23 | according to St. Gregory the Theologian, or, as some say, the anagnost 32 8”,23 | words. Or it may be that the Theologian said this because of the 33 8”,23 | Peace by St. Gregory the Theologian, and from many historical 34 8”,23 | and by St. Gregory the Theologian in his epitaph to Gorgonias, 35 8”,23 | the Cross St. Gregory the Theologian says against Julian: “He 36 8”,23 | is that St. Gregory the Theologian says the following in his 37 8”,23 | assertion of St. Gregory the Theologian in his discourse on the


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