There was no "god" at the meeting...and NO election. Just fighting(some physical). Their positions and lives were all at stake.<quoted text>
You mean it wasn't a bunch of well-meaning church leaders who channeled God to tell them what letters and books to include in the canon?
You make it sound like a Papal election or something.
There were no "popes" at that point either. That is a great big fabrication of the "papacy", who later made their decisions "retroactive" once they had gained enough power. Many sects were rejected at that very meeting's close or before...others took more time and "councils" to expel...most of it had to do with the divinity of Jesus, and the production of the "trinity". Let's not realize that "Mary" would have to be given "special" characteristics to pull such a lie off in the process.
Common people were not allowed to "possess" scripture or speak it under penalty of death. You were required to attend the "church" meetings for your dose of "truth".