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In July 359, the Synod of Rimini declared its faith in the creed of Nicaea and excommunicated the Arian leaders.
One of the things that happened after Nicaea is that Christians were so happy about saying "Jesus is God" that they forgot the other fact the old confession emphasizes--Jesus is also truly human.
The Macedonian regent founded two cities, one at the spot of the battle, called Nicaea (Greek for Victory) in commemoration of his success and one on the other side of the Hydaspes called Alexandria Bucephalus (present city of Phalia in district Mandi Baha-ud-din) to honour his faithful horse, that died soon after this battle.
At the Council of Nicaea in 325AD a universal method of calculating the date of Easter was agreed which would henceforth be the first Sunday after the first full moon following the spring equinox.
Let me start with the Council of Nicaea, sometimes called the Assembly of the Three Hundred and Eighteen.
Edwards continues his argument with Origen and Origenism, Nicaea and the homoousious debates, and the Christological debates culminating in the symbol of Chalcedon.
Charlemagne had been exercising imperial prerogatives for many years, presiding at Frankfurt, for example, over a church council just as Constantine had done at Nicaea, as well as creating sub-kingdoms in Aquitaine and Italy in 781 for his infant sons Louis (778-840) and Pippin (773-810), respectively.
This changed in the fourth century, when Constantine convened the Council of Nicaea in 325 C.
AaHowever, the early Church fathers convened the Conference of Nicaea in 325AD, during which they decided to calculate the date by means of reference to pre-formulated tables instead of waiting to see when the days of the year were the same length.
Although most readers arc familiar with the Councils of Nicaea in 325 C.
Likewise, the texts of the Second Council of Nicaea of 787, which restored the powers of icons within the liturgy, powerfully resonate with Warhol's interests.
In 325, the Council of Nicaea instituted Lent, which for most Christian congregations runs from Ash Wednesday to Easter.