"Prìmu Cuncìliu di Nicèa" : Diffirenzi ntrê virsioni

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tratuzzioni in corsu.
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Lu '''Prìmu Cuncìliu ri Nicèa''' si fici a [[Nicea]] in [[Bitìnia]] (ca s'attrova in Turchia) ntô lu [[325]]. Lu [['Mpiraturi rumanu]] [[Custantinu I]] ciamau li viscuvi di lu [['Mpiru Rumanu]] a lu primu cunciliu icumènicu <ref>''EcumenicalIcumènicu'', froml'itimuloggìa vèni di lu [[Koinelincua Greekgreca|crecu]] [[Oikoumene|oikoumenikos]], literallyca meaninglittiralmenti worldwidevulissi butsignificari generally"rilàtivu assumedei to be limited to the Roman Empire as in Augustus' claim to be ruler of the oikoumene/world; the earliest extant uses of the term for a council are Eusebius' ''Life of Constantine'' 3.6[http://khazarzar.skeptik.net/books/eusebius/vc/gr/index.htm] around 338terri imersi"{{polytonic|σύνοδον οἰκουμενικὴν συνεκρότει}}" (he called for an Ecumenical council), Athanasius' Ad Afros Epistola Synodica in 369[http:<//www.newadvent.org/fathers/2819.htm]ref>, andzoè thena Lettercunfirènza in 382crèsia tocristiana [[Pope Damasus I]] and the Latin bishops from the [[First Council of Constantinople]][http://wwwdill'urìggini.ccel.org/fathers2/NPNF2-14/Npnf2-14-63.htm#TopOfPage]</refbr> conference of the early [[Christian Church]]. It had as most important result the first uniform Christian [[doctrine]], called the [[Nicene Creed]].
Comu arrisultatu ciappi chiddu r'unifurmari a duttrina cristiana nta chiddu ca vèni canusciutu comu [[Cridu Nicènu]].
 
Ca a criazzioni di stu cridu, si fissau nu pricidenti ppi tutti li '"cuncili ginirali (icumènici) dei viscuvi"' ([[Sìnodu|Sìnodi]] ca sirbiunu a criari i basi dei cridènzi e i lieggi da crèsia. Lu scopu jèra chiddu ri difinìri l'unitati dei cridenzi ppi tutta a [[cristianesimu|cristianitati]].[[File:Byzantinischer Mosaizist um 1000 002.jpg|thumb|225px|[[Constantine I]] called the bishops of the Christian Church to Nicaea to deal with divisions in the Church. (mosaic in [[Hagia Sophia]], Constantinople, c. 1000)]]
With the creation of the creed, a precedent was established for subsequent 'general (ecumenical) councils of Bishops' ([[Synod]]s) to create statements of belief and church law. The purpose was to define unity of beliefs for the whole of [[Christendom]].
[[File:Byzantinischer Mosaizist um 1000 002.jpg|thumb|225px|[[Constantine I]] called the bishops of the Christian Church to Nicaea to deal with divisions in the Church. (mosaic in [[Hagia Sophia]], Constantinople, c. 1000)]]
 
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