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  • [2783] Literally, "immoveable in himself," the word akline being used with an apparent reference to the original meaning of kanona, a builder's rule.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • But the passage most confidently appealed to is one of St. Epiphanius where the holy doctor first of all speaks of the accepted ecclesiastical rule of the priesthood (kanona tes ierosynes) as something established by the Apostles (Haer., xlviii, 9), and then in

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Irenaeus, who died 189, remarks: Every Christian "who retains immovable in himself the rule of the truth which he received through Baptism (_ho ton kanona tes altheias akline en eauto katechon, hon dia tou baptismatos eilephe_)" is able to see through the deceit of all heresies.

    Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church

  • : [Greek: Mê ti oun, ei kai parabaiê tis synthêkas kai tên homologian parelthoi tên pros hêmas, dia ton pseusamenon tên homologian aphexometha tês alêtheias kai hêmeis, all 'hôs apseudein chrê ton epieikê kai mêden hôn hupeschêtai akuroun kan alloi tines parabainôsi synthêkas, outôs kai hêmas kata mêdena tropon ton ekklêsiastikon parabainein prosekei kanona kai malista tên peri tôn megistôn homologian hêmeis men phylattomen, oi de parabainousi].

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • After relating that Novatian in his illness had only received clinical baptism he writes: [Greek: ou mên oude tôn loipôn etuche, diaphugôn tên noson, hôn chrê metalambanein kata ton tês ekklêsias kanona, tou te sphragisthênai hupo tou episkopou.]

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • Scriptures be interpreted [Greek: kata ton tês alêtheias kanona], or

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • Clement remarks [Greek: hosa hypo ton kanona tês pisteôs poiein epitetraptai].

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • In the first passage it is said: [Greek: hê goun kata ton tês alêtheias kanona gnôstikês paradoseôs physiologia, mallon de epopteia, ek tou peri kosmogonias êrtêtai logou, enthende anabainousa epi to theologikon eidos].

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • The following words are put in Peter's mouth: [Greek: klêmenta touton episkopon humin cheirontonô, hô tên emên tôn logôn pisteuô kathedran ... dia autô metadidômi tên exousian tou desmeuein kai luein, hina peri pantos ou an cheirotonêsê epi gês estai dedogmatismenon en ouranois. dêsei gar ho dei dethênai kai lusei ho dei luthênai, hôs ton tês ekklêsias eidôs kanona.]] [Footnote 335: See Dionysius of Alexandria's letter to the Roman bishop

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • ; [Greek: houtô de kai ho ton kanona tês alêtheias aklinê en heautô katechôn hon dia tou baptismatos eilêphe], "in like manner he also who retains immovably in his heart the rule of truth which he received through baptism"); because it is this, it is apostolic, firm and immovable. [

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

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  • Cherokee Indians made hominy grits by soaking corn in a weak lye solution obtained by leaching hardwood ash with water and beating it with a kanona (corn beater).

    February 12, 2010