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Timeline of Church History

 
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33 Pentecost (A.D: 29 is thought to be more accurate). [Back to Time Line]
49 Council at Jerusalem (Acts 15) establishes precedent for addressing Church disputes in Council. James presides as bishop. [Back to Time Line] 69 Bishop Ignatius consecrated in Antioch in heart of New Testament era--St. Peter had been the first bishop there. Other early bishops include James, Polycarp, and Clement. [Back to Time Line]
95 Book of Revelation written, probably the last of the New Testament books. [Back to Time Line]
150 St. Justin Martyr describe's the liturgical worship of the Church, centered in the Eucharist. Liturgical worship is rooted in both the Old and New Testament. [Back to Time Line]
325 The Nicene Creed is established. The Council of Nicea settles the major heretical challenge to the Christian faith when the heretic Arius asserts Christ was created by the Father. St. Athanasius defends the eternality of the Son of God. The Arians continue their assault on true Christianity for years. Nicea is the first of Seven Ecumenical (Church-wide) Councils. [Back to Time Line]
451 Council of Chalcedon affirms apostolic doctrine of two natures in Christ. [Back to Time Line]
589 In a synod in Toledo, Spain, the filioque, asserting that the Holy Spirit procedes from the Father and the Son is added to the Nicene Creed. This error is later adopted by Rome. [Back to Time Line]
787 The era of Ecumenical Councils ends at Nicea, with the Seventh Council bringing the centuries-old use of icons back into the Church. [Back to Time Line]
988 Conversion of Russia begins.
We knew not whether we were in heaven or on earth, for surely there is no such splendour or beauty anywhere upon earth. We cannot describe it to you: only this we know, that God dwells there among men, and that their service surpasses the worship of all other places. For we cannot forget that beauty. - Envoys of the Russian Prince Vladimir, after experiencing the Divine Liturgy at the Church of the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople in the year 987. [Back to Time Line]
1054 The Great Schism occurs. Two major issues include Rome's claim to a universal papal supremacy and her addition of the filioque clause to the Nicene Creed. The Photian schism (880) further complicated the debate. [Back to Time Line]
1095 The Crusades begun by the Roman Church. The Sack of Constantinople by Rome (1204) adds to the estrangement between East and West. [Back to Time Line]
1333 St. Gregory Palamas defends the Orthodox practice of hesychast spirituality and the use of the Jesus prayer. [Back to Time Line]
1453 Turks overrun Constantinople; Byzantine Empire ends. [Back to Time Line]
1517 Martin Luther nails his 95 Theses to the door of the Roman Church in Wittenberg, starting the Protestant Reformation. [Back to Time Line] 1529 Church of England begins pulling away from Rome. [Back to Time Line]
1794 Missionaries arrive on Kodiak Island in Alaska; Orthodoxy introduced to North America. [Back to Time Line]
1854 Rome establishes the Immaculate Conception dogma. [Back to Time Line]
1870 Papal Infallibility becomes Roman dogma. [Back to Time Line]
1988 One thousand years of Orthodoxy in Russia, as Orthodox Church world-wide maintains fulness of the Apostolic faith. [Back to Time Line]
 
 

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