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by Thomas A. Kopecek

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Author: Thomas A. Kopecek
ISBN: 0915646072
ISBN13: 978-0915646074
Language: English
Publisher: Mercer Univ Pr (July 1, 1979)
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And yet a fresh picture of this historic controversy.

This article provides a concise assessment of the Trinitarian theology of Eunomius (d. 394). Eunomius was one of the most influential leaders of the neo Arian group active in the second half of the fourth century. In Eunomius we find a very intricate and philosophically oriented system that attempted to offer a rational and coherent explanation of the Trinitarian doctrine. He was an eloquent and original thinker. A number of Christian Fathers, including Basil of Caesarea and Gregory of Nyssa, refuted his teaching.

ARIUS AND ARIANISM Arius was a controversial fourth-century Christian thinker in Alexandria, Egypt, who was condemned by the first ecumenical council at Nicaea in 32. A History of Neo-Arianism.

ARIUS AND ARIANISM Arius was a controversial fourth-century Christian thinker in Alexandria, Egypt, who was condemned by the first ecumenical council at Nicaea in 325. Because most of his writings were destroyed as heretical and "Arianism" as a movement developed only after his death, historians continue to debate both the content and the purpose of his teaching. Source for information on Arius and Arianism: Encyclopedia of Philosophy dictionary. Cambridge, MA: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation, 1979.

Kopecek, T. A. A History of Neo-Arianism, Patristic Monographs Series 8 (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation, 1979). Kriegbaum, B. Kirche der Traditoren oder kirche der Martyrer?: die vorgeschichte des Donatismus (Innsbruck: Tyrolia, 1986). Leyser, C. Authority and Asceticism from Augustine to Gregory the Great (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000).

Kopecek, Thomas . A history of Neo-Arianism, Patristic monograph series 8, Cambridge, Mass. The Epistle of the Synod of Ancyra 358. A Reconsideration, in: Arianism. Historical and theological reassessments. Lienhard, Joseph . Papers from the Ninth International Conference on Patristic Studies, September 5-10, 1983, Oxford, England, hrsg. von Robert Gregg, Patristic monograph series 11, Cambridge, Mass.

Arianism is also used to refer to other nontrinitarian theological systems of the 4th . Socrates of Constantinople, Church History, book 1, chapter 33. Anthony F. Beavers, Chronology of the Arian Controversy.

Arianism is also used to refer to other nontrinitarian theological systems of the 4th century, which regarded Jesus Christ-the Son of God, the Logos-as either a begotten creature (as in Arianism proper and Anomoeanism) or as neither uncreated nor created in the sense other beings are created (as in Semi-Arianism). The apparent resurgence of Arianism after Nicaea was more an anti-Nicene reaction exploited by Arian sympathizers than a pro-Arian development. By the end of the 4th century it had surrendered its remaining ground to Trinitarianism.

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