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The three ecumenical councils (Nicea, Constantinople and Ephesus) March 12, 2013

Posted by daniel ayad in History & Tradition.
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council mind mapThe three ecumenical councils are definitely a critical part of church history. After the Roman persecution of Christians started to die off, the church was greatly affected by heresies from the inside. We are still living in the effects of the decisions made by these three councils, and I have uploaded a table to help provide a greater understanding of the context surrounding this difficult, yet valulable period in history.

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