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The First Four Councils of Constantinople
     

The First Four Councils of Constantinople

by Various Authors
 
In 359 A.D., the Roman Emperor Constantius II requested a church council, at Constantinople, of both the eastern and western bishops, to resolve the split at the Council of Seleucia. According to Socrates Scholasticus, only about 50 of the Eastern bishops, and an unspecified number of the western ones, actually attended.

Over the next few centuries, there

Overview

In 359 A.D., the Roman Emperor Constantius II requested a church council, at Constantinople, of both the eastern and western bishops, to resolve the split at the Council of Seleucia. According to Socrates Scholasticus, only about 50 of the Eastern bishops, and an unspecified number of the western ones, actually attended.

Over the next few centuries, there would be several more councils at Constantinople to resolve religious matters within the Church. This collection of documents includes what came out of the first four councils held at Constantinople. It is specially formatted with a Table of Contents.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012985354
Publisher:
Charles River Editors
Publication date:
09/07/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
126 KB

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