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This article shows how the human and divine nature of Christ relate by pointing to Scripture and the confession of the church through the Council of Nicaea and Council of Chalcedon.
The heresy of Mornachianism and Arianism had to do with the relationship of the Son to the Father. These heresies necessitated the Council of Nicea. This article shows how the Nicean Council dealt with Arianism, giving birth to the Nicean Creed.
This article is about the Council of Nicea (325 A.D.), the struggle between Athanasius and Arius, and the creed of the divinity of Jesus Christ.
This article discusses the First Council of Nicaea, whose major issue it faced was the nature of the divinity of Christ. This article discusses this Council's setting, purpose, major characters, and the nature and results of the conflict.
This article discusses and evaluates the heresy of Arianism, so-called because of its head, Arius. Due consideration is given to the Council of Nicea.
This paper offers a historical survey of the First Ecumenical Council (Nicea) and the ensuing conflicts between the followers of Athanasius and Arius.