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Did the 1st Council of Nicea have a predecessor?

Did the 1st Council of Nicea have a predecessor? In a sense yes, but not as an Ecumenical Council. To be an Ecumenical Council, the following must be observed: Ecumenical Councils are those to which ...
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Was Tertullian a Sabellian?

Was Tertullian a Sabellian? The short answer is no, but history can be very murky at times in order to understand the nuances of things in the Early Church. For one thing, Tertullian is not recognized ...
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Did the 1st Council of Nicea have a predecessor?

Ken Graham is answering in the view of the Latin Church, and actually uses an unsupportable definition. None of the Seven Ecumencial Councils recognized by both the Latins and the Orthodox as such ...
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