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1 Finally, he presided over the Council of Nicaea in A.D. 325.
2 In that year, Council of Nicaea was convened by emperor Constantine.
3 The Council of Nicaea also decided that the calendar date of Easter was to be calculated at Alexandria, then the principalastronomical center of the world.
4 In that year,[www.Sentencedict.com] the Council of Nicaea was convened by emperor Constantine.
5 Over the following centuries, Nicaea had filled with little churches. One of them a miniature Saint Sofia decorated with mosaics that celebrated the return of icons after the iconoclasm.
6 Riots were increasing over the capital, and communications had been broken with the other two major cities of Nicaea.
7 But the annexation of the other planets of the Althosian system had left Nicaea economically and morally bankrupt.
8 She looked undernourished and ill-kept, like most of the population of Nicaea.
9 A lot of orthodox Christology was set at least, at one of the main periods,at the Council of Nicaea.
10 It is not permitted to produce or write or compose any other creed except the one which was defined by the holy fathers who were gathered together in the holy Spirit at Nicaea.
11 The original structure was built by Bishop Makarios of Jerusalem at the direction of Constantine I of the Roman Empire following the First Council of Nicaea in 325.
12 The Byzantine Empire begins with 4 provinces under its control with castles at its capital in Constantinople and Corinth and the large towns of Nicaea and Thessalonica.
13 The Emperor Constantine did not define the canon of the New Testament at the first Council of Nicaea in 325AD - in fact, the Council did not even make mention of the Biblical canon.
14 It brings in the Trinity,so you have Trinitarian theology becoming a bit more solidified at the council of Nicaea.
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