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  1. Non-Chalcedonian Christianity - Wikipedia

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    Non-Chalcedonian Christianity refers to several branches of Christianity that do not accept theological resolutions of the Council of Chalcedon, the Fourth Ecumenical Council, held in 451. Non-Chalcedonian Christian denominations reject the Christological Definition of Chalcedon , for varying reasons. [2]

  2. Category:Non-Chalcedonianism - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Articles connected to those people and denominations that are non-Chalcedonian: they accept the First Council of Ephesus of 431, but, for varying reasons, do not accept the Confession of Chalcedon defined at the Council of Chalcedon of 452.

  3. Talk:Non-Chalcedonian Christianity - Wikipedia

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    Non-Chalcedonianism is a religious doctrine of those Christian churches that do not accept the Confession of Chalcedon... This is written as though all non-Chalcedonian churches agree on doctrine. Those Christian churches that do not accept the Confession of Chalcedon are Non-Chalcedonian.

  4. Category:Non-Chalcedonianism - Wikimedia Commons

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    Category:Non-Chalcedonianism. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. ... In Wikipedia. Add links. This page was last edited on 13 September 2018, at 05:31.

  5. Non-Chalcedonian Christianity — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    Non-Chal­cedon­ian Christianity refers to sev­eral branches of Chris­tian­ity that do not ac­cept the­o­log­i­cal res­o­lu­tions of the Coun­cil of Chal­cedon, the Fourth Ec­u­meni­cal Coun­cil, held in 451.

  6. Neo-Chalcedonism - Wikipedia

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    Neo-Chalcedonism (also neo-Chalcedonianism) was a sixth-century theological movement in the Byzantine empire. The term however is quite recent, first appearing in a 1909 work by J. Lebon.

  7. Jacob Baradaeus - Wikipedia

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    At this time, through his missionary work, Jacob aimed to restore non-Chalcedonianism as the official position of the church in the Eastern Roman Empire. The Roman government attempted to hinder the non-Chalcedonian revival and imprison Jacob, however, in his travels he wore a disguise and thus became known as Burde'ana , "man in ragged clothes ...

  8. Council of Chalcedon - Wikipedia

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    The Council of Chalcedon (/ k æ l ˈ s iː d ən, ˈ k æ l s ɪ d ɒ n /; Latin: Concilium Chalcedonense; Greek: Σύνοδος τῆς Χαλκηδόνος, Synodos tēs Chalkēdonos) was the fourth ecumenical council of the Christian church, convoked by Emperor Marcian.

  9. non chalcedonianism : definition of non chalcedonianism and ...

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    Non-Chalcedonianism This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia's quality standards , as it overlaps too much with Oriental Orthodoxy and needs to focus more on the schism and the theological issues (perhaps even to be renamed).

  10. Category:非カルケドン派 - Wikipedia

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    非カルケドン派に関するカテゴリ。. オリエンタル・オーソドックス、オリエント正教、単性論派教会とも言われる。 451年のカルケドン公会議のあと、イエスの神性と人性に関する見解の相違によりキリスト教の主流から分かれた。

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