how the the Council of Nicea changed the world.

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  1. Bar nigga

    Bar nigga 314 STL Ancient of daze..

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    The Council of Nicea was the first worldwide gathering of the Church

    they picked which books would be in the bible, and removed certain text from the books in there now.












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  2. TheBigPayback

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    They removed books that ultimately didnt have to do with salvation since that is the point
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  3. Bar nigga

    Bar nigga 314 STL Ancient of daze..

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    its deeper than that...the romans were the first ones to translate the bible...romans used to be greeks that worshiped the sons of God. i think something reallly foul happened
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  4. Bar nigga

    Bar nigga 314 STL Ancient of daze..

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    the council of Nicea was to determine if Jesus was a "true" son of God or "one of the many" sons of God...
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  5. Bar nigga

    Bar nigga 314 STL Ancient of daze..

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    they questioned his true divinity..
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  6. TheBigPayback

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    u mean the catholic church after christianity was legalized by constantine in the roman empire?
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  7. TheBigPayback

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    i know it was originally translated from aramaic to greek an i believe from greek to hebrew. But the books that werent considered the original canon which is the 44 books of the bible. The others are like the infancy gospel, enoch, a few that gave alternate fall of man ideas like lileth an things like that rite?
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  8. Bar nigga

    Bar nigga 314 STL Ancient of daze..

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    my fault, the bible was translated from hebrew to greek...the first translation of the bible is called "Septuagint "


    greek empire fell and the holy roman empire rose from the ashes of the fallen angel worshiping greeks...
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  9. miscreant

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    so

    what sorta foul thing do u think happened?

    taking the stance of a skeptic here...

    knowing man, the power thirsty, jealous, greedy, desiring souls we are

    and knowing that select men, most probably men in power, so they're already questionable to begin wit, decided which books made up the Bible and which wouldn't

    how can we be certain the books they decided to leave out didn't

    1. contradict those that made it in
    2. painted Jesus differently
    3. and just about anything else dubious you can think of

    also, how do we know that of the books that make up the bible, they weren't tampered wit?

    answer this without simply using FAITH
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  10. M-theory

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    Technically you're right Bar nigga that the Septagint is the first "translation", but let's clear up that the Septugint is the Greek translation of the Old Testament from the original Hebrew. Also, the New Testament was originally written in Greek, not Hebrew.

    The full Bible was not all written in the same language.
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  11. M-theory

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    Pretty sure it's a myth. There's no record of them even addressing the books of the Bible. You'd be surprised at how many myths about the Council of Nicea have been circulating without any proof to back the claims up whatsoever.
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    The first full modern canons of the Bible didn't occur until the 1500s and 1600s. The Council of Nicea started way back in the 300s.

    Any significant removal of biblical texts would have had to have happened between those dates, and that's only if you consider that the Council of Nicea had anything to do with deciding the books of the bible.

    Consider this: The Catholic canon holds 72 books, while the Prostestant one holds only 66. That appears to be the biggest change to the Bible in history, as far as I'm aware.
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  13. miscreant

    miscreant 1996 was the shit

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    Memento

    try answer my questions

    i know ur good wit shit like this so i wanna hear what u reckon
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