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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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1 Intro | the main goal of his work.15~ In Byzantium, the interpretations 2 Intro | institution: thus canon 15 of Chalcedon which fixes 3 1 | under persecution. ~Canon 15: Bishops, priests, and deacons 4 1”,8 | c. XVI of the lst-&-2nd;[15] in case, however, he refuses 5 1”,15| 15.~ Because of much disturbance 6 1”,17| money at interest” (Ps. 15:5), and in lending demanded 7 4 | are to be found in its Act 15, ratified and confirmed 8 4”,15| 15.~ Let no woman be ordained 9 7”,15| 15.~ Let no one be ordained 10 7”,39| especially in his Definition 15 in extenso. So, in sum, 11 7”,53| penalty of adulterers, i.e., 15 years. See also in the teaching 12 7”,60| with Belial?” (II Cor. 6:1516).~ ~Interpretation.~Christians 13 7”,66| ch. 17 and 18:13; Acts 15:2829). We therefore suitably 14 7”,69| with sobriety” (1 Tim. 2:1115).~ ~Interpretation.~According 15 7”,69| the sacred saying (Lev. 15:31).~ The holy liturgy and 16 7”,74| shall be reverent” (Lev. 15:30), the sacred word has 17 7”,84| verified” (Deut. 17:6 and 19:15; cf. Matt. 18:16), we are 18 7”,93| the Lord liveth” (Hosea 4:15; James 5:12). That is why 19 8”,15| 15.~ From now on let no Clergyman 20 8”,23| Socrates, Book X, ch. 9).~ ~ [15] In Book IV, ch. 14, of 21 8”,23| ordained at first (ibid. ch. 15 and 16) for the sake of 22 8”,23| came) from heaven” (1 Cor. 15:47), and consequently took 23 8”,23| to Eusebius (book 5, ch. 15, of his historical account 24 8”,23| chapter 22 of Deuteronomy (pp. 15 and 54 of the first volume 25 8”,23| Fourth Council in its Act 15 promulgated these thirty 26 8”,23| at your wives” (Exod. 19:15), it is far more imperative 27 8”,23| constant aversions” (Discourse 15 on statues, page 564 of 28 8”,23| shall they fast” (Matt. 9:15). Now, it was on Great Friday 29 8”,23| divine Basil (in Definition 15 in extenso) says that “after 30 8”,23| Basil the Great (Definition 15 in extenso). “For,” says 31 8”,23| called us in peace” (1 Cor. 7:15); and also that which the 32 8”,23| Chrysostom himself (Hom. 15 on statues, and 17 on the 33 8”,23| Chrysostom (Hom. 5 and 14 and 15 on statues, and sel. discourse 34 8”,23| commit perjury” (Sermon 15 on statues, page 566 of 35 8”,23| against Valentinians, ch. 15). The Valentinians denied


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