Adelaide Chapter

The Council of Nicaea by Chris Stabolidis

July 13, 2017

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Date(s) - 13/07/2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Classroom 3, Ground floor, Tabor College (carpark entry from Mitchell Street)


The Council of Nicaea was the first universal church council, which was held after the legalization of Christianity within the Roman Empire. This council was held in 325 AD and was organised by Constantine the Great. It was at this council that the assembled bishops composed the Nicene Creed.

Council of Nicaea 325 AD

Council of Nicaea 325 AD

In “The Da Vinci Code” Dan Brown claims that the New Testament was contrived by Constantine at this council and that the true records about Jesus were destroyed, but is this true? Christopher Stabolidis will discuss:

  • What happened at this council?
  • What issues were discussed?
  • Did Constantine write the New Testament?
  • What books were burnt?
  • What is the significance of the Council of Nicaea to us today?

Christopher Stabolidis is qualified as a lawyer and is currently working in the defence industry.

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