The Filioque Clause in History and Theology

  title={The Filioque Clause in History and Theology},
  author={Gerald Lewis Bray},
  journal={Tyndale Bulletin},
  • G. Bray
  • Published 1 May 1983
  • History
  • Tyndale Bulletin
The addition of the clause to the creed spread fairly rapidly across Western Europe but it was not finally adopted at Rome until about 1014, and it has never been sanctioned by an Ecumenical Council of the universal church. The Eastern Orthodox churches have never received it and regard its insertion as a canonical irregularity which involves fundamental principles of authority and church government. As they put it, is a doctrinal statement to be accepted on the sole authority of the Bishop of… 
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