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(From the Acts of the Apostles to the Reformation)
9-Church Councils
The Rev. Canon C. E. Raven , D.D.,
Regius Professor of Divinity,
The speaker in today's broadcast has been Canon of Ely since 1932. He was previously Canon of Liverpool for eight years, and was Chancellor from 1931 to 1932, since when he has been Chancellor Emeritus. He is a distinguished lecturer, the author of a number of publications, and a well-known broadcaster. In 1933 he gave a talk in the series ' God and the World Through Christian Eyes ' ; in 1934 four talks in ' Pillars of the English Church ' ; and in 1935 four talks in ' The Way to God.' In discussing Church Councils today he will speak of the councils appointed to deal with Paul of Samosta and lead up to the first General Council at Niceea-its occasion, composition, procedure, and results. He will deal with some of the numerous councils that followed, and discuss their effects.


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