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the single most powerful religious conceptions that threatened the growing heteronomy of christianity spread from persia to roman britain
the undefeated sun, god of Mithraism
Underground chapels for the worship of the Persian Mithras.
depiction of mithras killing the bull
waves coming from light
part of human that is divine
a heresy that claims jesus was human/mortal
A heretic who didn't believe that Jesus is completely divine, believed that the Trinity was wrong
was removed as patriarch of Constantinople
The belief that Jesus was two separate persons, one human and one divine.
the claim that jesus was two natures: divine and mortal
the claim that jesus was one nature
religion based on the teachings of Mani to combine all the religions of the world.
iranian that claim all the religions are the same, they are just told from the different angle
edict of Milan 321 A.D.
christian church became legal
Council of Nicea
the church had established sacraments, beliefs, rituals, qualifications, sacred texts
the statement belief of what orthodox christianity is
God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
Belief that God is three persons
Belief that God isn't three persons
baptism and communion
canonic new testament
they accepted 5 gospels