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  • proper n. An early Christian heresy propounded by Arius, which held that if Christ was the son of God, He must be younger than God, and therefore lesser than God, not wholly God.

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Named after its chief proponent Arius, a priest in Alexandria circa 323 AD. (Wiktionary)

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