The Council of Nicaea, which produced the Creed we say at the Eucharist, was called because of the argument Athanasius led against a priest named Arius over the divinity of Christ. The Council sided with Athanasius, declaring that Christ is “of one Being with the Father.” (iconographer unknown)

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