Council of Hippo
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Hippo Regius (Hippone) is the ancient name of the modern city of Annaba, in Algeria.
Under this name, it was a major city in Roman Africa, hosting several early Christian councils, and was the home of the philosopher and theologian Augustine of Hippo. In even earlier days, the city was a royal residence for Numidian kings.

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CHURCH FATHERS: Council of Carthage (A.D.…
Council of Carthage (A.D. 419) Commonly Called The Code of Canons of the African Church. Introductory Note. Councils were nowhere more frequently called in the ...
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Synod of Hippo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some were attended by Augustine of Hippo. The synod of 393 is best known for two distinct acts. First, for the first time a council of bishops listed and approved a  ...
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Hippo Regius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Three councils were held at Hippo (393, 394, 426) and more synods - also in 397 (two sessions), June and September and 401 ...
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The Canon approved by the third Synod of Carthage
The first council that accepted the present New Testament canon was the Synod of Hippo Regius in North Africa (393 CE); however, the acts of the council are ...
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Council of Hippo | BiblicalTraining.org
Held in 393 with Aurelius of Carthage presiding and Augustine present as a presbyter in the entourage of Valerius of Hippo, it is chiefly important for its ...
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The Third Council of Carthage on the Canon of Scripture
Hefele maintains that this canon derives from an earlier council, convened in 393 at Hippo Regius, 7 and that the third council of Carthage simply incorporated it, ...
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The Canon of the Bible - Catholic Biblical Apologetics
Jul 17, 2004 ... The Council of Hippo, a local north Africa council of bishops created the list of the Old and New Testament books in 393 which is the same as ...
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The American Journal of Biblical Theology
It should be mentioned, however, that it wasn't until the fourth century at the Council of Hippo in AD393 that our present New Testament was officially accepted ...
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ynod at Hippo in 393.. - Cristo Raul
THE SECOND AND THIRD GENERAL COUNCILS. Sec. 109. Synod at Hippo in 393. Of considerably greater importance was the great African Synod which ...
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The Catholic Church did not Give the world The Bible!
Then in A.D. 390, at the Council of Hippo, the Catholic Church gathered together the various books which claimed to be scripture, passed on the merits and ...
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Synod of Hippo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The canon was later approved at the Council of Carthage pending ratification by ... The Catholic Historical Review (Catholic University of America Press) 22 (3): ...
Councils of Carthage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Councils of Carthage, also referred to as Synods of Carthage were church synods held during the 3rd, 4th, and 5th centuries in ... Cambridge University Press ...
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Welcome to the website of the University of Western Ontario Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry Hippocratic Council. Please login to access the restricted content. Hippo on the web. The Hippocratic Council is also on Facebook and ...
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Canons and commentary on the First Council of Nicea from ... Council of Trent : 1545-63 A.D. [at Hanover College - this is ...
Chronology of the Life of Saint Augustine, Bishop of Hippo (A.D. 354 ...
Augustine remained in Hippo for the rest of his life. 393 — In December, the General Council of Hippo met, providing an occasion for the assembly of Catholic  ...
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Dec 20, 2010 ... Members of the Hippocratic Council play a vital role in shaping our curricular and extracurricular activities. We collect valuable student ...
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Apr 17, 2012 ... Council of Hippo (AD 393) ... Key Participant, Augustine of Hippo ... The Encyclopedia of the Early Church (New York: Oxford University Press, ...
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Hippocratic Council. @HippoCouncil. The representative body of the medical students of the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry at Western University of ...
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First of all, the Councils of Carthage and Hippo did not establish the canon for .... The Fathers of the Church (Washington: Catholic University, 1965), Volume 53, ...
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The Life of Augustine: Childhood to Episcopal consecration ...
The Life of Augustine: Childhood to Episcopal consecration ...
Louis-Sébastien Le Nain de Tillemont, 2010
We find several differences in the first thirty-three canons of the African Collection which could include those canons from the Council of Hippo. The first orders the bishop of Carthage to declare the day of Easter without adding it would be ...
The Moody Handbook of Theology
The Moody Handbook of Theology
Paul P Enns, 2008
Three new chapters dealing with the crucial issues of evangelical feminism, charismatic theology, and the emerging church greatly increase the value of the whole work. This expanded volume will make a contribution to your study.-Louis Barbieri, ThD, chair and professor of theology, Moody Bible Institute
Augustine and His World
Augustine and His World
Andrew Knowles, Pachomios Penkett, 2004
376: Teaches rhetoric in Carthage. 380-81: Writes first book, On the Beautiful and the Fitting. 381: Council of Constantinople. 383: Meets Faustus of Milevis and begins to have doubts about Manichaeism; leaves Carthage and teaches in Rome ...
The City of God
The City of God
2009
Aurelius Augustinus, Augustine of Hippo (November 13, 354-August 28, 430) is a saint and the pre-eminent Doctor of the Church according to Roman Catholicism; he was the eldest son of Saint Monica. In the Eastern Orthodox Church, which does not accept all of his teachings, he is usually called "Blessed Augustine." Many Protestants consider...
Augustine of Hippo: A Biography
Augustine of Hippo: A Biography
Peter Robert Lamont Brown, 2000
15.viii VIII Council of Carthage. Preaches in Carthage at intervals until 8.xi. 16.vi. IX Council of Carthage. De unitate ecclesiae. 13.viii X Council of Carthage. /o6 Contra Cresconium grammaticum. XI Council held at Thubursicum (late June).
History of the First Council of Nice: A World's Christian Convention A.D. 325 With a Life of Constantine
History of the First Council of Nice: A World's Christian Convention A.D. 325 With a Life of Constantine
Dean Dudley, 2001
Great dissensions had arisen in the church of Egypt about the nature of Christ, and the time to celebrate Easter, by which Constantine was much troubled. He therefore ordered a convention to be held at Nicea in Bithynia, to which bishops were invited from all parts of the world, hoping that harmony might result from the decision of such a Universal...
The apology for the Church of England: and A treatise of the ...
The apology for the Church of England: and A treatise of the ...
John Jewel, William Rollinson Whittingham, 1831
The old Council at Carthage commanded, that nothing should be read in Christ's congregation, but the Canonical Scriptures. h — These men read such things in their churches as themselves know to be stark He§ and fond [foolish] fables.
Church History, Volume One: From Christ to Pre-Reformation: The Rise and Growth of the Church in Its Cultural,...
Church History, Volume One: From Christ to Pre-Reformation: The Rise and Growth of the Church in Its Cultural,...
Everett Ferguson, 2005
Church History offers a unique contextual view of how the Christian church spread and developed. It did so not in a vacuum, but in a setting of times, cultures, and events that both influenced and were influenced by the church. Church History looks closely at the integral link between the history of the world and that of the church. Volume one expl...
Rome and the African Church in the Time of Augustine
Rome and the African Church in the Time of Augustine
J. E. Merdinger, 1997
This groundbreaking book examines the vibrant North African Christian Church of the 4th and 5th centuries and its relationship to Rome.
The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics: Surveying the Evidence for the Truth of Christianity
The Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics: Surveying the Evidence for the Truth of Christianity
2008
Ed Hindson is the Assistant Chancellor and Dean of the Institute of Biblical Studies at Liberty University in Virginia. He also serves as the speaker on The King Is Coming telecast and has authored and served as general editor for numerous books. He holds a D.Min. from Westminster Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from the University of South Africa...
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Council of Hippo
THE APOCRYPHA Those books which were rejected by the Council of Hippo
THE APOCRYPHA Those books which were rejected by the Council of Hippo as being non-biblical belong to what is called the Apocrypha. These books treat largely of the incidents and events
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Here Comes Doctor Hippo « South Sound Book Review Council
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Shameless Popery: Did the Council of Carthage Have One Book Too Many?
In one of the comments on my earlier post, “Answering Nine Protestant Arguments About the Bible,” a reader named Drew asks is the Council of Carthage considered as canonical the apocryphal book sometimes called “Greek Esdras” (also known, confusingly enough as 1 Esdras, 3 Esdras, and Esdras A). The reason there are so many different confusing names is that the Early Church Fathers referred to four different Books as “Esdras” or “Ezra.
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Hippo pathway to better cancer treatment? Unusual key to regulating cell growth | Chicago Council on Science & Technology
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Human error | The Plastic Hippo
It has been brought to my attention that an article recently published on this blog contains an inaccuracy that requires some sort of apology, apparently...
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Criteria for NT Canonicity « First Baptist Church
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Your local council needs you (via The Plastic Hippo) | BrownhillsBob's Brownhills Blog
The Plastic Hippo has written an excoriating post about Walsall Council's risible 'Online Budget Simulator' game, a wheedling, cynical little piece of propaganda aimed at convincing us all there's no alternative to the menu of cuts, decimation and hard cheese to be foisted upon us by Mike Bird and his mates in the Walsall Council…
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Catholic Quote of the Day: Council of Hippo, Canon 36 (AD 383)
It was agree that, apart from the canonical Scriptures, nothing is to be read in church under the title of divine Scriptures. These are the canonical Scriptures: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Joshua, Judges, Ruth, the four books of Kings, the two books of Paralipomenon, Job, the Psalter of David, the five books of Solomon, , the twelve books of the prophets, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, obit, Judith, Esther, the two books of Ezra, the two books of Maccabees.
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Public Hearing Nixed Due to Back Room Negotiations, Leaving Hippo Supporters Thirsty for Details. | Hattiesburg News | Hattiesburg Patriot
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Original Sin and Ephesus: Carthage’s Influence on the East | Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy
In my last post, I argued that the doctrine of original sin as defined at the Council of Carthage in 418 is just as authoritative in the East as it is in the West because of the inclusion of the canons from Carthage in Canon 2 of the Council in Trullo (692, also known as…
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