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Know your Church Councils March 11, 2007

Posted by Ninja Clement in General.
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The first seven eight! 

  1. First Council of Nicaea (A.D. 325 A.D.) – Formulated the first part of the Nicene Creed, defining the divinity of the Son of God
  2. First Council of Constantinople (A.D. 381 A.D.) – Formulated the second part of the Creed, defining the divinity of the Holy Spirit
  3. Council of Ephesus (A.D. 431 A.D.) – Defined Christ as the Incarnate Word of God and Mary as Theotokos
  4. Council of Chalcedon (A.D. 451 A.D.) – Defined Christ as Perfect God and Perfect Man in One Person
  5. Second Council of Constantinople (A.D. 553 A.D.) – Re-confirmed the Doctines of the Trinity and Christ
  6. Third Council of Constantinople (A.D. 68o-681 A.D.) – Affirmed the True Humanity of Jesus by insisting upon the reality of His human will and action
  7. Second Council of Nicaea (A.D. 787 A.D.) – Affirmed the propriety of icons as genuine expression of the Christian Faith.
  8. Synod of the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada (A.D. July 2007 A.D.) – Anglo-Catholic Ninjas party it up in style. 8)
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1. Ninja Michael - March 13, 2007

Dude! I’ll be there… it should be pointed out that A.D. correctly appears before dates (e.g. A.D. 2007: “The Year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Seven”), as opposed to B.C., which appears after dates (e.g. 2007 B.C. “Two Thousand and Seven Years Before Christ.”)

2. Ninja Clement - March 13, 2007

Dude, the ACCC Synod will make the church history books, because AC Ninjas will be in there in force! Represent!! Thanks for the pointer about the A.D. thing.

3. Ninja Michael - March 16, 2007

Should we set up a booth and recruit new members? We could have a way cool Ninja-making ceremony, complete with lots of incense, chanting, and sweeeeet martial arts moves. 🙂


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