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theodore 32
theodoret 38
theodosian 1
theodosius 20
theodoulos 1
theologian 37
theologians 4
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20 tarasius
20 ten
20 theodosius
20 thirty
20 thursday
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Canons of the seven ecumenical councils

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theodosius

   Council,  Canon
1 Intro | which took final form under Theodosius I — namely, giving the force 2 2 | held during the reign of Theodosius the Great, A.D. 381, and 3 3 | in the reign of Emperor Theodosius the Little (i.e., Theodosius 4 3 | Theodosius the Little (i.e., Theodosius II), in the year 431 after 5 4”,28| convened during the reign of Theodosius the Great of pious memory, 6 7”,1 | City itself in the reign of Theodosius the Great, who also became 7 7”,1 | Euphesus in the reign of Theodosius, who was the son of Arcadius 8 8”,23| being used in the time of Theodosius the Little. For seeing that 9 8”,23| Apostolic thrones, this Theodosius first called the Biship 10 8”,23| Conversation II), Artemon, and Theodosius, both Sabellius and Marcellus, 11 8”,23| heresies, who, in the reign of Theodosius the Great, seized the opportunity 12 8”,23| Spirit, as Cyril wrote to Theodosius. For, on the one hand, Nestorius 13 8”,23| was a brother-in-law of Theodosius the Little by the latter’ 14 8”,23| heresy, the same Emperor Theodosius the Little assembled a second 15 8”,23| to the fact that Emperor Theodosius made a law (before the Fourth 16 8”,23| the cause that led Emperor Theodosius to provide for the (enhancement 17 8”,23| one composed by a certain Theodosius, as is to be seen therein 18 8”,23| that the believer Emperor Theodosius was absolved by St. Ambrose 19 8”,23| they were joined by Emperor Theodosius the Little and Proclus the 20 8”,23| silver and other metals, as Theodosius the bishop of Amorion says


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