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Ecumenical Councils - Ancient/Classical History - About.com
A list of the Ecumenical Councils of the Church with the name of the council, its number, dates, and the presiding pope.
The Council of Nicea and the Arian Controversy
A council is an assembly of theologians and church dignitaries called together to discuss the doctrine of the church. There have been 21 councils of what ...
Church History - Early Christianity Church History
Information on the early church fathers, heresies, orthodoxy, and documents. ... There have been 21 councils of the Catholic Church. A council is an assembly of  ...
Timelines of Christian History: Christian Councils
Timelines of Christian History: Christian Councils - a chronology of councils during ... 364, The Church Council of Laodicea ordered that religious observances ...
Ecumenical Councils - Significant meetings of the Christian Church
Ecumenical Councils considered matters of church-wide importance.
Woman Suffrage and the Church - Women's History - About.com
Custom forbids a woman there to enter a mosque, or call the hour for prayers; here it forbids her a voice in Church councils or State legislatures. ... The Church  ...
Early Church Administration & Papal Elections: When Popes were ...
He did not call for church councils or write encyclicals. Pope Sylvester I (314 - 335) didn't even attend the first ecumenical Council of Nicea, much less call it ( that ...
Council of Constantinople - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Definition: During the history of Christianity, four different ecumenical church councils were held in the city of Constantinople: First Council of Constantinople:
Popes of the Age of Crusades and Councils - Catholicism - About.com
With the election of Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger as Pope Benedict XVI in 2005, there have been 265 popes in the history of the Roman Catholic Church.
Council of Chalcedon - Important Ecumenical Council
The Council of Chalcedon also reinforced canons of earlier church councils and declared Jerusalem and Constantinople to be patriarchates. In addition, the ...
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