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Church Councils. Church Councils played a less significant role in the growth of the NT canon* than is often supposed and where they did it was more one of recognizing a position already arrived at than actually creating anything new, so that their records are more important for the lists they endorse than for the decisions they make. The three most important in the early church are the Council of Laodicea*, 363, the Council of Hippo*, 393, and the Council of Carthage*, 397. Further clarification came for Roman Catholics with the Council of Trent*, 1545-63, and the First Vatican Council*, 1869-70, and for Protestants with the 43 Belgica, 1561, and the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England*, 1562, 1571.
Further importance arises from the fact that they are written on papyri* but in codex* rather than scroll* form, thus marking an intermediate stage between the papyrus scroll and the vellum codex. Their evidence was added to the critical apparatus* of the 16th edition of the Nestle text, 1936, and so influenced the translation of the RSV* at one or two points. Chrysostom. See John Chrysostom. Church Councils. Church Councils played a less significant role in the growth of the NT canon* than is often supposed and where they did it was more one of recognizing a position already arrived at than actually creating anything new, so that their records are more important for the lists they endorse than for the decisions they make.
Began a novel attempt at Bible translation in 1550 using only words of pure English origin. 'Resurrection' became 'uprising', 'crucified'* became 'crossed', and so on. The ms. remained unpublished until 1843 when it was edited and published by James Goodwin. Chester Beatty Papyri. A collection of papyri, discovered by A. , in Egypt, c. 1930, buried in jars in the ruins of an ancient building, possibly a church. Though most of the biblical books were represented, none was complete but they were a century older than other known mss.