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Dudley, Dean


History of the Council of Nice




T. O. H. P. Burnam










1st edition






Quoted from the author's "Prologue," at the beginning of Chapter 1.

"The (principal object of this famous Synod was to discuss and settle, upon a firm basis, the true Christian doctrine respecting the Divine  nature of Christ, and his precise relation to
the Almighty Creator and Sustainer of the Universe; because the churches, and even the public, had been recently disquieted by the Arian  controversy. But there were other  questions of doctrine and discipline to be determined by this World's Assembly of Christhian Prelates; the more prominent of which questions were those relating to the Meletian, for having agitated a novel dogm; and the Novatians, for the same reason,and the most appropriate day for celebrating the Passover."

In short, they voted to believe thast Jesus was the Son of God.

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