ECTHESIS


ECTHESIS
ECTHESIS
libri nomen. Cum enim Sergius Constantinopolitanae Eccl. praefuisset, Antiochenam vero Athanasius, haeresis Monothelitarum faber, regeret: errorem hunc iste Heraclio Imp. propinavit, qui a Sergio et Cyto Alexandrino Patr. seductus, ipse opinionem imbibit: mox Synodo coactâ a Sergio haeresis publicata et Ecthesis in eam rem edita est, quam brevi tamen Italiae et Africae Epp. refutarunt. Circa A. C. 639. Eutrop. l. 18. Cedren. in Hist. etc. Hinc disputationes acerrimae, quas Constans, nepos Heraclii, ex consilio Pauli Ep. urbis, edicto typo, sopivit, A. C. 648. Trullanâ postmodum Synodo, sub Constantino Pogonato, haeresis damnata est, A. C. 680. 681. Vide Signon. Hist. l. 2. Collectanea Athanasii, edita a Sirmondo, et Ioh. Forbes. Instruction. Hist. Theologic. l. 5. c. 1. §. 2. et 9. nec non c. 25. §. 35.

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