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eph 2
ephesian 1
ephesians 2
ephesus 34
ephrem 2
epic 4
epikouridos 1
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34 along
34 assembled
34 denotes
34 ephesus
34 faithful
34 going
34 icon

Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | of Nicea, Constantinople, Ephesus, and Chalcedon as well as 2 Intro | of Nicea, Constantinople, Ephesus, and Chalcedon as well as 3 Intro | seventh century by Stephen of Ephesus and completed during the 4 Intro | issued by the Councils of Ephesus and Chalcedon, we also have 5 Intro | to the work of Stephen of Ephesus, the Synopsis, edited by 6 3 | Third Council was held in Ephesus, a city situated in Asia, 7 3 | Jerusalem, and Memnon of Ephesus. The Council was convoked 8 3”,6 | enacted in the holy Council in Ephesus concerning anyone, the holy 9 3”,6 | question in the Council held in Ephesus, are to be deposed from 10 4 | the Third Council, held in Ephesus, but indeed also the letter 11 4 | previously been assembled in Ephesus A.D. 448, at which Dioscorus 12 4 | Flavian, and those endorsed in Ephesus by the Latrocinium (or Robber 13 7”,2 | time in the metropolis of Ephesus, and the six hundred and 14 7”,38| Fathers who convened in Ephesus long ago shall be preserved 15 8”,23| Ailourus called the Bishop of Ephesus a Patriarch, but the Fourth 16 8”,23| Caesarea, of Cappadocia, of Ephesus, of Thessalonica, and of 17 8”,23| those of the council held in Ephesus, “the holy Synod of the 18 8”,23| to Antioch with Paul of Ephesus Theodoret wrote to John 19 8”,23| as follows. St. Marcus of Ephesus in the fifth Act of the 20 8”,23| assembled in the city of Ephesus provided that it was necessary 21 8”,23| out by divine Marcus of Ephesus and by Bessarion of Nicaea 22 8”,23| all. Even divine Marcus of Ephesus in Florence appears to allow 23 8”,23| why Isaac the Bishop of Ephesus told Michael, the first 24 8”,23| of Caesarea, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Thessalonica, and Corinth) 25 8”,23| ordained Heracleides Bishop of Ephesus, and by going to Ephesus 26 8”,23| Ephesus, and by going to Ephesus and returning to Constantinople 27 8”,23| too, and Memnon, Bishop of Ephesus (who acted as the primate 28 8”,23| many scandals arose in Ephesus on account of the illegal 29 8”,23| or Robber Synod, held in Ephesus, placed the Bishop of Constantinople 30 8”,23| accused the Council held in Ephesus of having condemned Nestorius 31 8”,23| and most learned Marcus of Ephesus replied to the Latins at 32 8”,23| Council who convened in Ephesus the first time, because 33 8”,23| Council in the same city of Ephesus, appointing the Archbishop 34 8”,23| be burned up, just as at Ephesus believers burnt books on

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