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#494 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Council of Orange

Conflicts over Augustine’s theology of prevenient grace and predestination arise in Gaul as Caesarius of Arles defends himself against suggestions of heresy at the Council of Orange. Pope Boniface II tries and fails to name his successor. A pope changes his name.

Links:
Photo of relic of Caesarius of Arles by Cangadoba

Canons of the Council of Orange

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#494 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Council of Orange

#493 – A History of the Catholic Church – Choosing a Successor

After a survey of the Christian/Jewish relationship in the former Roman Empire and in the Byzantine Empire, we look at the status of Christians outside the Byzantine Empire. We end with a look at how Pope Felix IV tried to avoid a crisis over his succession, yet accomplished that very thing.

Links:
Mosaic of Mosaic of Pope Felix IV

Map showing locations of Armenia, Iberia Caucasian Albania,and Lazica

Map of Kingdom of Aksum

Aaron Butts – “Simeon of Beth Arsham, Letter on Bar Ṣawmā and the heresy of the Nestorians”

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#493 – A History of the Catholic Church – Choosing a Successor