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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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knowledge

   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | obvious interest for the knowledge of the law and institutions 2 Intro | hieromonk Theodoret without the knowledge of the authors.22~ The Pedalion 3 Intro | out.52 Sometimes only a knowledge of the historical context 4 1”,10 | ignorance or in spite of knowledge of the facts, does not offer 5 1”,18 | that it has come to the knowledge of this holy and great Council 6 3”,7 | faith to recognition and knowledge of the truth, such persons, 7 4”,3 | 3.~ It is come to the (knowledge of the) Council that some 8 4”,12 | 12.~ It has come to our knowledge that some persons, by resorting 9 7”,12 | this too has come to our knowledge, that both in Africa and 10 7”,31 | Since it has come to our knowledge that in the country of the 11 7”,39 | is to say, to his natural knowledge) if he deems it more to 12 7”,77 | being without supporting knowledge as a result of their ignorance, 13 7”,78 | reason of man, from common knowledge and our own experience to 14 7”,78 | by their lack of positive knowledge, on the second day after 15 7”,84 | witnesses. Those having present knowledge shall offer verification 16 7”,86 | aptly extracted this item of knowledge from the prophecy of Jeremiah, 17 7”,92 | her on account of lack of knowledge and to the man who has cohabited 18 7”,101| the confessor must have knowledge of both requirements (just 19 8”,2 | Because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee 20 8”,2 | comprehension and exact knowledge of the divine Scriptures. 21 8”,2 | Since thou hast spurned knowledge of my laws, I too will spurn 22 8”,23 | his ignorance or want of knowledge, he would say that He received 23 8”,23 | to them that they had no knowledge of their being deposed or 24 8”,23 | held with the landlord’s knowledge, shall be dedicated to the 25 8”,23 | But if the landlord had no knowledge of the affair, he is not 26 8”,23 | accordance with his natural knowledge and prudence. And if we 27 8”,23 | For they are so wanting in knowledge that they cannot even understand 28 8”,23 | allowances for the imperfect knowledge of the woman who set it 29 8”,23 | is a matter of infantile knowledge (i.e., that it is a piece


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