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Eastern Christianity
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History
Byzantine Empire
Crusades
Ecumenical council
Great Schism

Traditions
Assyrian Church of the East
Oriental Orthodoxy
Syriac Christianity
Eastern Orthodox Church
Eastern Rite Catholics

Liturgy and Worship
Divine Liturgy - Eastern Rite
Iconography

Theology
Apophaticism - Filioque clause
Miaphysitism - Monophysitism
Nestorianism - Panentheism
Theosis

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The filioque clause consists of the words "and the Son" in the Nicene Creed: that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son. This clause was accepted more by Western Christianity than Eastern Christianity, and dispute over the clause is one of the factors that led the the Great Schism.

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