VERDADE, AUTORIDADE E HERESIA NOS QUATRO PRIMEIROS CONCÍLIOS ECUMÊNICOS

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  • Rodrigo Galiza Centro Universitário Adventista de São Paulo (Unasp)

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Concílios ecumênicos, Verdade divina, Autoridade eclesiástica, Heresia.

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Neste artigo, avaliaremos o ponto de vista católico e adventista da história da igreja cristã durante o período dos quatro primeiros concílios ecumênicos à luz de seus documentos. Os adventistas do sétimo dia veem a igreja cristã durante esse período como corrompida e não guiada pela autoridade divina. Os católicos romanos, por sua vez, entendem que esse é o mais glorioso período da igreja, quando a autoridade divina moldou a verdade contra heresias. Supondo que toda verdade é de Deus, a igreja representou ou não a autoridade divina durante esses quatro concílios ecumênicos? Qual grupo religioso é mais preciso historicamente em sua descrição da realidade, os católicos ou os adventistas?

 

Palavras-chave: Concílios ecumênicos; Verdade divina; Autoridade eclesiástica; Heresia.

 

Abstract: In this article, we will assess the Catholic and Adventist point of view of the history of the Christian Church during the first four ecumenical councils in the light of their documents. Seventh-day Adventists see the Christian Church during this period as corrupt and not guided by divine authority. Roman Catholics, in turn, understand that this is the most glorious period of the church, when divine authority shaped the truth against heresies. Assuming that all truth is God’s truth, did the church represent or not divine authority? Which religious group is more historically accurate in its description of reality, Catholics or Adventists?

 

Keywords: Ecumenical councils; Divine truth; Ecclesiastical authority; Heresy.

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2016-07-04

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GALIZA, R. VERDADE, AUTORIDADE E HERESIA NOS QUATRO PRIMEIROS CONCÍLIOS ECUMÊNICOS. Kerygma, Engenheiro coelho (SP), v. 10, n. 1, p. 32–95, 2016. Disponível em: https://revistas.unasp.edu.br/kerygma/article/view/667. Acesso em: 23 fev. 2024.

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