The council of Constantinople held in 754 was a significant council. It considered itself to be ecumenical “The holy and Ecumenical synod, which by the grace of God and most pious command of the God-beloved and orthodox Emperors, Constantine and Leo,  now assembled in the imperial residence city, in the temple of the holy … Continue reading Council of Constantinople A.D. 754
Reading Through Western Eyes by Robert Letham and he begins a survey of the councils. Beginning with one famously known as the first ecumenical council it was called by the Emperor Constantine as a result of the disruption of harmony in the empire. The prebyter Arius (Kelly, Early Christian Doctrines, 223-51) had been claiming that Christ, the Son … Continue reading Nicaea I 325: Arius
An Inconvenient Conciliar Truth - Part 12. TurretinFan writes a great article showing how a council had condemned idols in worship prior to the council that approved.