List the first 6 Ecumenical Councils in order.
1. Nicaea (325)
2. Constantinople I (381)
3. Ephesus (431)
4. Chalcedon (451)
5. Constantinople II (553)
6. Constantinople III (680-681)
FALL OF ROME
DESTRUCTION OF THE TEMPLE
THE COUNCIL OF EPHESUS
THE COUNCIL OF NICEA
THE COUNCIL OF CHALCEDON
NEW TESTAMENT IS FINALIZED
ROMANS ENTER PALESTINE
EDICT OF MILAN
COUNCIL OF JERUSALEM
BATTLE OF TOURS
CHRLAMAGNE CROWNED HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR
derived from the Greek word dokesis, meaning appearance, this Gnostic heresy maintained that Jesus did not die on the cross but was spared by someone else who took his place
an elaborate form of Gnosticism, it invovled the relationship between light and darkness, believing that through rituals and sharing their knowledge believers could regain the light stolen by Satan and hidden in the brains of men, thus freeing the light to return to its origianal source.
heresy that rejected the sacrements celebrated by clergy who had formerly betrayed their faith
heresy claiming that Christ has two natures but only one will
heresy denying origial sin and the need for grace in man's salvation
this word is a translation of the greek work eikonklastes, which, as the compound of eikon (images) and klan (to break), litterly means image breaker - they saw icons as occasions of idolatry and sought to destroy them and purify the practice of the Christian religion.
a flat, two-dimensional picture of Christ, the Virgin Mary, or one of the saints
thoughts or deeds of an iconoclast. refers to periods in history when a large number of iconoclasts were present.
St. Cyril and St. Methodius were from here.
defeats Lombards and names himself king of the Lombards. when he helps the pope, he is named the holy roman emporer. he unites europe. at times, he could also be a harsh ruler
clovis' decendants, they ruled the Franks, named for Meroveus
charlemagne's decendents, named for Charles Martel who established the dynasty, official title was "Mayors of the Palace"