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The Seven Ecumenical Councils refer to the seven meetings that occurred in the years 325 AD - 787AD, which helped to define Christianity as it is most widely practiced today.

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Luther, at the Diet of Worms, offered to show, at any time that might be assigned to him, that councils had erred. He does not seem to have been taken up on this directly, although conversations may …
answered Nov 14 '17 by davidlol
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The First Four Councils The main, but only the main, conclusions of each of the first four Ecumenical Councils were specifically endorsed by both Calvin and Luther personally. These 4 councils a …
answered Jul 28 '17 by davidlol
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We do not have any minutes or transcripts from the Council of Nicea. Bishop Theodoret of Cyrrhus, wrote his Ecclesiastical History about 450 AD, though based on earlier sources. In Chapter 6 of Boo …
answered Aug 29 '17 by davidlol