Second Council of Constantinople

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the fifth ecumenical council in 553 which held Origen's writings to be heretic

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Religiously, the focus falls upon Justinian and the imperial impact on Christian Italy, including the Three Chapters and the Second Council of Constantinople, but all three essays emphasize political developments.
Because of the instant and long-lasting (until anathematisation by the Second Council of Constantinople, 553) Origenist Controversy, plus his forbidding prolixity, most of this vast output is lost or survives only in not always reliable Latin translations.
350428), bishop and theologian: His writings on the union of the divine and human natures in Jesus Christ were condemned at the Second Council of Constantinople.
1682 has been of interest to scholars concerned with the Second Council of Constantinople (553) and the Italian schism over the condemnation of the Three Chapters at the Council.
These notes either refer to further readings or explain central terms such as filioque, Second Council of Constantinople, historical-critical method, etc.
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