Le Christianisme nicéen est le courant du christianisme ancien issu du premier concile de Nicée.Trinitaire, il définit son orthodoxie en opposition à l'arianisme.

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  • Le Christianisme nicéen est le courant du christianisme ancien issu du premier concile de Nicée.Trinitaire, il définit son orthodoxie en opposition à l'arianisme. Dans les écrits issus de la mouvance orthodoxe moderne, l'expression christianisme orthodoxe est souvent employée dans le sens de christianisme nicéen ; par contraste, dans les écrits issus de la mouvance catholique moderne, c'est l'expression Église catholique romaine qui est employée en lieu et place de christianisme nicéen, du fait que les deux Églises reconnaissent le concile de Nicée comme le leur. Il y a en fait un débat pour savoir si l'Église ancienne est l'Église catholique ou bien si elle est l'Église orthodoxe. Le christianisme nicéen devint religion d'état en 392 dans l'Empire romain (soit près d'un siècle après l'Arménie, premier état officiellement chrétien en 301) quand Théodose Ier imposa une législation abolissant les cultes païens et interdisant tout comportement païen dans l'Empire.
  • Nicene Christianity refers to Christian doctrinal traditions that adhere to the Nicene Creed (credo being Latin for "I believe") which was originally formulated at the First Council of Nicaea in 325 CE and finished at the First Council of Constantinople in 381 CE. The main rival doctrine of Nicene Christianity was Arian Christianity, which would mostly disappear by the 7th century. The main points of dissent were Christology. Other non-Nicene currents have been considered heresies since the medieval period.Mainstream Christian churches, including all of Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, the Anglican Communion and most Protestant denominations, adhere to the creed and are thus examples of "Nicene Christianity". There are some examples of revived Nontrinitarianism (Unitarianism), such as the Unitarian Church of Transylvania, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormonism) or the Oneness Pentecostals.Nicene Christianity often overlaps with Chalcedonian Christianity which extends doctrinal adherence through the Councils of Ephesus in 430 CE and Chalcedon in 451 CE. However, some portions of the Eastern Church adhere to the Nicene Creed, but not the Chalcedonian Definition. The Oriental Orthodox Churches are included in Nicene Christianity, but are non-Chalcedonian.
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  • Le Christianisme nicéen est le courant du christianisme ancien issu du premier concile de Nicée.Trinitaire, il définit son orthodoxie en opposition à l'arianisme.
  • Nicene Christianity refers to Christian doctrinal traditions that adhere to the Nicene Creed (credo being Latin for "I believe") which was originally formulated at the First Council of Nicaea in 325 CE and finished at the First Council of Constantinople in 381 CE. The main rival doctrine of Nicene Christianity was Arian Christianity, which would mostly disappear by the 7th century. The main points of dissent were Christology.
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  • Christianisme nicéen
  • Nicene Christianity
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