ante-Nicene

Prior to the year 325 A. D. when the first general council met at Nicea in Asia Minor and promulgated the Nicene creed.

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  • ante-Nicene — /an tee nuy seen , nuy seen/, adj. of or pertaining to the Christian church or period before the Nicene Council of A.D. 325. Also, ante Nicaean /an tee nuy see euhn/. * * * …   Universalium

  • ante-Nicene — adjective of, or relating to those early Christians who lived before the council of Nicea in 325AD …   Wiktionary

  • ante-nicene — an·te ni·cene …   English syllables

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  • ante-nicaean — adjective see ante nicene …   Useful english dictionary

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