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What if Arianism had won? - Medievalists.net

What if Arianism had won? - Medievalists.net | Arianism | Scoop.it
The fourth annual Princeton in Europe Lecture -- Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch asks 'What if Arianism had won?' (RT @Medievalists: What if Arianism had won?
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Cracked Rear View: Athanasius and Canon

Cracked Rear View: Athanasius and Canon | Arianism | Scoop.it
For the Arians, championed by Eusebius of Nicomedia, the concern at hand had to do with the roots of another controversy ultimately going back centuries to Sabellianism. Sabellianism maintained that Father, Son, and Spirit ...
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Ghulf Genes: Arius and His Converts

Ghulf Genes: Arius and His Converts | Arianism | Scoop.it
I was tempted to title this post “Arius and the Unintended Split in Christianity” or “Arius—Who Lent His Name.” For those of us who're theology-blind (in the sense of color-blind), the differences between Trinitarians and Arians ...
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History of Christianity: Arianism Part II - YouTube

Doc Matthews gives a power-point lecture on the Arianism. This lecture corresponds with week 11 of his History of Christianity course. ----------- *Note: I a...
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BUY Arianism and 4th Century Heresies (Scandal of the Cross and ...

BUY Arianism and 4th Century Heresies (Scandal of the Cross and ... | Arianism | Scoop.it
Arianism and 4th Century Heresies (Scandal of the Cross and Its Triumph – Heresies Throughout the History of the Church) description. It is popularly believed Arius was born in Libya, in 270 A.D. He is credited with having ...
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Arianism

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Arianism was a Christological view held by followers of Arius, a Christian priest who lived and...
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Arianism for the Modern Church

In this video we'll be looking at Arianism, one of the greatest heresies that ever plagued the church. This heresy, which directly caused the most important ...
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The Filioque and Arianism: Was It Really Necessary?

The Filioque and Arianism: Was It Really Necessary? | Arianism | Scoop.it
Was the addition of Filioque to the Nicene Creed necessary to combat Arianism in the West? This is an assertion often made in its defense, but is this really true? Filioque—"and the Son" in Latin—i...
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Contra Gentes - St. Athanasius

Athanasius of Alexandria (b. ca. 296-298 -- d. 2 May 373), also referred to as St. Athanasius the Great, St. Athanasius I of Alexandria, St Athanasius the Co...
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St. Nicholas the Wonderworker—bringing presents, punching heretics - Catholic World Report (blog)

St. Nicholas the Wonderworker—bringing presents, punching heretics - Catholic World Report (blog) | Arianism | Scoop.it
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St. Nicholas the Wonderworker—bringing presents, punching heretics
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Archbishop Nicholas attended the first Ecumenical Council at Nicaea (325), where he allegedly assailed the heretic Arius.
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Arianism – The rejection of Man as God | Atlantean Perspective

Arianism – The rejection of Man as God | Atlantean Perspective | Arianism | Scoop.it
When the Roman Empire Christianised under Constantine I and moved its powerbase to Byzantium (Constantinople, later Istanbul) in the 4th century CE, this marked a clear shift in power towards the worship of Man as ...
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abitadeacon: Doctor and Saint; defended Church against Arianism

abitadeacon: Doctor and Saint; defended Church against Arianism | Arianism | Scoop.it
The Arians did not believe in the divinity of Christ and the Arians had a lot of power including the support of the emperor Constantius. This resulted in many persecutions. When Hilary refused to support their condemnation of ...
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Macarius of Egypt - Patheos (blog)

Macarius of Egypt - Patheos (blog) | Arianism | Scoop.it
Macarius of Egypt Patheos (blog) He was famed for his kindness and generosity to others, including non-believers (although he was a formidable opponent of Arianism, for which he suffered banishment for a while), combined with a fierce rigor in his...
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The America Needs Fatima Blog: St. Athanasius of Alexandria ...

The America Needs Fatima Blog: St. Athanasius of Alexandria ... | Arianism | Scoop.it
In 330, the Arian Bishop Eusebius of Nicomedia persuaded the Emperor Constantine to write to Athanasius bidding him re-admit Arius into communion. Athanasius replied that the Catholic Church could hold no communion ...
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Athanasius (Early Church Mini-Bio Series) | Refreshed by Mercy

Athanasius (Early Church Mini-Bio Series) | Refreshed by Mercy | Arianism | Scoop.it
Unfortunately, Athanasius's actions served to show the point that he seemed somewhat extreme, and therefore, Eusebius of Nicomedia (not the same Eusebius of Alexandria), who was no friend to Trinitarian orthodoxy, ...
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The Spread Out of Arianism: A Critical Analysis of the Arian Heresy - Medievalists.net

The Spread Out of Arianism: A Critical Analysis of the Arian Heresy - Medievalists.net | Arianism | Scoop.it
On this paper I will focus on the Arian heresy, trying to show how this heresy spread out on the Roman Empire and how it kept his strength for many century on the spiritual formation of some people.
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History of Christianity: Arianism Part 1 - YouTube

Doc Matthews gives a power-point lecture on the Arianism. This lecture corresponds with week 11 of his History of Christianity course. ----------- *Note: I a...
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History of the Papacy Podcast : Episode 29: First Council of Nicaea Part 3, Arius of Alexandria

Episode 29: First Council of Nicaea Part 3, Arius of Alexandria is available for download. Thanks for listening! http://t.co/WcbnjCGsmy
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Princeton in Europe Lecture, Diarmaid MacCulloch "What if Arianism had won?"

The fourth annual Princeton in Europe Lecture -- Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch asks 'What if Arianism had won?' The most noticeable and remarkable thing abou...
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Arius and Athanasius « Tony Equale's Blog

Arius and Athanasius « Tony Equale's Blog | Arianism | Scoop.it
Arius and Athanasius: … what was each trying to accomplish? Arius was trying to do two things. First, by emphasizing Jesus' traditional identification with Philo's Logos-Craftsman, Arius was trying to preserve inviolate the ...
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The Fall of the Church: A Story - Christian History for Everyman

The Fall of the Church: A Story - Christian History for Everyman | Arianism | Scoop.it
Eusebius of Nicomedia (not the historian, though from the same time period), having been readmitted to the empire upon his repentance, nonetheless maintained an ongoing battle with Athanasius of Alexandria over the subject of the Trinity.
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Did Arianism Help the Church? | The Decablog

Did Arianism Help the Church? | The Decablog | Arianism | Scoop.it
One of the greatest theological disputes of the early 4th Century church revolved around the question of Christ's divinity as it related to his humanity and suffering. Arius was the voice being opposed, and was confronted under ...
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Valle Adurni: Dumbing down

Valle Adurni: Dumbing down | Arianism | Scoop.it
He was baptized (by the Arian Eusebius of Nicomedia, as it happens) on his deathbed. But what happened between the Milvian Bridge and his baptism is not straightforward. Only a short while before the battle, he had had, ...
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Arius: Libyan Christian Priest of Alexandria, Egypt - Originalpeople.org

Arius: Libyan Christian Priest of Alexandria, Egypt - Originalpeople.org | Arianism | Scoop.it
This subject had been discussed for decades before his advent; Arius merely intensified the controversy and carried it to a Church-wide audience, where other “Arians” such as Eusebius of Nicomedia(who was not Eusebius of ...
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Saints.SQPN.com » Blog Archive » Saint Hilary of Poitiers

Saints.SQPN.com » Blog Archive » Saint Hilary of Poitiers | Arianism | Scoop.it
SOD: St. Hilary of Poitiers (315-368)--Convert; bishop; opposed Arianism; Church doctor; spiritual writer http://t.co/rYi399N5Py #Catholic
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