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- n. In ecclesiastical history, a member of a sect or school of moderate Arians of the fourth century, named Acacians from their leader, Acacius, bishop of Cæsarea. Some of the Acacians maintained that the Son, though similar to the Father, was not the same; others, that he was both distinct and dissimilar. As a body they finally accepted the Nicene doctrine.
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