Was the addition of Filioque to the Nicene Creed necessary to combat Arianism in the West? This is an assertion often made in its defense, but is this really true? Filioque—”and the Son” in Latin—is a ...
246. "The Latin tradition of the Creed confesses that the Spirit 'proceeds from the Father and the Son (filioque)'. The Council of Florence in 1438 explains: 'The Holy Spirit is eternally from ...
There can be little doubt that the “filioque” played a very significant part in this process of Separation. What had begun as a theologically clumsy expression of Orthodoxy became in the ninth century ...
As for the thrice-blessed Photius, the great and most resplendent Father and teacher of the Church, the Confessor of the Faith and Equal to the Apostles, he lived during the years of the emperors ...
At a council held at Lyons in 1274, the Orthodox delegates agreed to recognize the papal claims and to recite the Creed with the filioque. But the union was fiercely rejected by the overwhelming ...
Keroularios's list accuses Latins of, among other things, using unleavened bread in the Eucharist, eating unclean meats, shaving, adding "and the Son" to the Nicene Creed (the "filioque" ...
It could be any Christian gathering, Catholic or Protestant, except for one phrase in the Creed, the Filioque, concerning the Holy Trinity (for Copts and other Orthodox believers, the Holy Spirit ...
As for the thrice-blessed Photius, the great and most resplendent Father and teacher of the Church, the Confessor of the Faith and Equal to the Apostles, he lived during the years of the emperors ...