Early Church History I: A Review on the Council of Chalcedon (451 AD)
(THEO 1312)


Definition and nature of the Church, Division within the Church, Non-Chalcedonian and Chalcedonian Churches, Ecumenical Efforts towards the Unity of Non-Chalcedonian and Chalcedonian Churches,

Historical Background to the Council of Chalcedon (451 Ad) and the Theological Disputes in the East and West: the Two Theological Schools ( the School of Alexandria and the School of Antioch), Nestorius of Constantinople and St. Cyril of Alexandria, the Third Ecumenical Council of Ephesus (AD 431), from the Council of Ephesus to the Council of Chalcedon, the Formulary Reunion (433AD) and the Events After, the Home Synod of Constantinople (AD 448), the Second Council of Ephesus (AD 449).

The Council of Chalcedon (AD 451): Christology contained in the Doctrinal Teachings of St. Dioscorus of Alexandria, the Tome of Leo, the Symbol of Chalcedon and Its Criticism,

The church after the Council of Chalcedon to the Seventh Century: the Struggle of Chalcedonians and Non-Chalcedonians in the East, the Struggle at Alexandria, the Struggle in Jerusalem, the Struggle in Antioch,

Imperial Attempts to Restore Peace: the Encyclical of Emperor Basiliscus, the Henoticon of Zeno, the Reign of Emperor Anastasius, Emperor Justinian, attempts at the 5th General Council (AD 553)

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