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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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1 Intro | exegesis of canonical texts.11 But we have to wait until 2 1 | irregularity is known. ~Canon 11: Penance to be imposed on 3 1”,7 | metropolis called Caesarea[11] of Straton, to whom, as 4 1”,11| 11.~ As concerns those persons 5 4”,11| 11.~ As for all those who are 6 7”,11| 11.~ Let no one enrolled in 7 7”,12| Christ” (1 Cor. 10:3233 and 11:1). If anyone should be 8 7”,26| decorous; and in his Homily 11 on the Six Days of Creation 9 7”,69| with sobriety” (1 Tim. 2:1115).~ ~Interpretation.~According 10 7”,74| since, according to Job (12:11), ‘The throat tastes foods, 11 7”,75| robberscave” (Jer. 7:11). Hence, in order to avoid 12 8 | this 7th are found in vol. 11 of the Synods, pg. 719. ~ ~ ~ 13 8”,6 | is great reward” (Ps. 19:11); and seeing that “the commandment 14 8”,11| 11.~ All of us being obliged 15 8”,16| the houses of kings (Matt. 11:8).~(c. XXVII of the 6th; 16 8”,23| derived from Jebus (1 Chron. 11:4) and Salem (Ps. 76:2), 17 8”,23| Capitolium of Rome.~ ~ [11] It was named Caesarea because, 18 8”,23| be benefited” (Discourse 11 on 1 Thess., p. 216 of Vol. 19 8”,23| in all things” (1 Tim. 3:11). Note that although deaconesses 20 8”,23| to Socrates (book 4, ch. 11). Basil the Great, in his 21 8”,23| Her a Virgin (in its act 11 by means of the libellus 22 8”,23| Symeon of Thessalonica (Reply 11), the one accepting accountings 23 8”,23| John of Kitros in his Reply 11, preserved in manuscripts. 24 8”,23| what is evil” (Num. 32:10-11). Canon CXXXV of Carthage, 25 8”,23| sacrifice, and eat” (Acts 10:13; 11:7). What should he sacrifice? 26 8”,23| an honorable one” (Isa. 11:10). I say these things 27 8”,23| the Lord in fear” (Ps. 2:11), he severely censures those 28 8”,23| permitted (Deut. 6:13; Ps. 63:11; Jer. 4:2; and alibi). Yes, 29 8”,23| as an adulterer. See ch. 11 of the doctrine concerning 30 8”,23| Thessalonica, who says (Reply 11): “The man who receives 31 8”,23| above-mentioned Symeon adds (in Reply 11) that if there should happen 32 8”,23| goods together” (Deut. 22:11), in expounding which divine


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