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Heresy of Eutyches.—Fourth General Council of Chalcedon.—Civil and
Ecclesiastical Discord.—Intolerance of justinian.—The three Chapters.-The
Monothelite Controversy.—State of the Oriental Sečis.—I. The Nestorians.— II.
Edward Gibbon. -— - C O N T E N T S. A. D. Page 448 Heresy of Eutyches - - 3oo
449 Second Council of Ephesus - - 3ol. 451 Council of Chalcedon - - • 303 Faith
of Chalcedon - - - 306 451–482. Discord of the East - - 309 482 The Henoticon ...
... respective votaries. The king of the Lombards had been educated in the Arian
heresy; but the Catholics, in their public worship, were allowed to pray for his
conversion; while the more stubborn Barbarians sacrificed a she-goat, or
perhaps a ...
For himself, he refused to fly: his body was tortured with sciatic pains “, his mind
was enfeebled by 43 In their clamours against Maurice, the people of
Constantinople branded him with the name of Marcionite or Marcionist: a heresy (
Heresy of Eutyches. —Fourth General Council of Chalcedon.—Civil and
Ecclesiastical Discord—Intolerance of justinian.—The Three Chapters.-The
Monothelite Controversy.—State of the Oriental Seči; :— I. The Nestorians.—II.
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The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Volum 6
Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1914