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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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theodore

   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | nomophylax in Constantinople, Theodore Balsamon, at the request 2 3 | outpourings of Diodorus and of Theodore of Mopsuestia, the wretch 3 3”,8 | brother and fellow Bishop Theodore to take care of the church. 4 3”,8 | the said most godly Bishop Theodore, but begging for the honor 5 3”,8 | said most reverent Bishop Theodore. But since there is no strong 6 5 | or Tarsus) and those of Theodore of Mopsuestia, and indeed 7 5 | Mopsuestia, and indeed even Theodore himself, and Diodorus, according 8 5 | their death (especially Theodore of Mopsuestia, who served 9 6 | George of Constantinople; Theodore and Sergius, presbyters, 10 6 | certain man by the name of Theodore who had served as Bishop 11 7”,1 | consigned to abomination Theodore of Mopsuestia, the teacher 12 7”,1 | among whom we cite by name Theodore the Bishop of Faran, Cyrus ( 13 8”,23| Council disregarded this. Theodore the historian also called 14 8”,23| a Smyrnean according to Theodore and Epiphanius, but an Ephesian 15 8”,23| according to Cyril the monk and Theodore the anagnost and Suidas. 16 8”,23| the letter), they ordained Theodore in his stead. But if anyone 17 8”,23| on account of which, had Theodore not been ordained so soon, 18 8”,23| to the effect that Bishop Theodore (whose bishopric was in 19 8”,23| to meet him in person.” Theodore lost no time in hastening 20 8”,23| vanished. In the morning Theodore recounted this fact to Eulogius; 21 8”,23| interpretation set forth by Theodore the presbyter of Raithos 22 8”,23| place, as the aforesaid Theodore of Raithos interpreted the 23 8”,23| Chrysostom says in his letter to Theodore that the sin which a monk 24 8”,23| what had been written by Theodore of Mopsuestia and like the 25 8”,23| that it praised Nestor and Theodore of Mopsuestia, whom it accepted 26 8”,23| the “greathabit, as St. Theodore the Studite refers to it 27 8”,23| is not one composed by Theodore the Studite, but, on the 28 8”,23| of Scythian, according to Theodore (Haeretic. Cacomyth., book 29 8”,23| and reptiles, according to Theodore (ibid.).~ ~ [240] Valentinus 30 8”,23| Jerusalem (whom Dositheus calls Theodore, I know not why) had been 31 8”,23| identically the same respect, as Theodore the Studite (called by some “ 32 8”,23| Studite (called by some “Theodore of Studium”) says in his


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