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33 becomes
33 concord
33 confirmed
33 correct
33 course
33 dignity
33 forbidden

Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | the canons is on the whole correct, as we can see by comparing 2 Intro | so that the latter could correct the text of the Kormchaya 3 Intro | what the lawgiver wanted to correct, suppress, add, or simply 4 1”,18 | reason the present seeks to correct anything that is done in 5 4”,14 | though it would be more correct and safer for them to be 6 7”,1 | against the right faith and correct belief and against the twelves 7 7”,26 | splendid garments and fail to correct matters; likewise on those 8 7”,101| extreme penances, they fail to correct either the former or the 9 8”,6 | every year, in order to correct incidental mistakes. But 10 8”,16 | with perfumes, ought to correct this impropriety, since 11 8”,16 | on doing so and will not correct themselves, let them be 12 8”,23 | the Christians, let them correct themselves or be corrected; 13 8”,23 | committed,” which is more correct.~ ~ [18] 1 We note here, 14 8”,23 | ecclesiastical services and help to correct women ecclesiastically. 15 8”,23 | on the ground that it is correct (notwithstanding its having 16 8”,23 | Note of Translator. — A correct translation of this passage 17 8”,23 | stated that the Arians held correct views in addition to their 18 8”,23 | this same Canon seems to correct even this. For it says for 19 8”,23 | thing, and the statement is correct. But if we have left the 20 8”,23 | mistakes in the letter to correct it. The Apostle then appeared 21 8”,23 | and they will do well to correct the impropriety. For as 22 8”,23 | has done wrong, he should correct him, etc. (see C. XLIV for 23 8”,23 | accept whatever is right and correct in what the Councils held 24 8”,23 | cognizance of the truth and to correct themselves accordingly. 25 8”,23 | stated, Balsamon is not correct in saying that a wife can 26 8”,23 | a mistake, and let them correct themselves. For how can 27 8”,23 | other hand, and let them correct themselves by refraining 28 8”,23 | let them take pains to correct this impropriety here and 29 8”,23 | plain that this solution is correct also from the assertion 30 8”,23 | the power or ability to correct it, and if they fail to 31 8”,23 | it, and if they fail to correct, then he is to separate, 32 8”,23 | prior, and if he fails to correct it, yet the danger is evident, 33 8”,23 | which appears to be more correct.~ ~ [291] In other manuscripts


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