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- n. Plural form of Cerinthian.
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The Cerinthians did not abandon themselves to abominations such as these; but they were persuaded that Jesus Christ was the son of
Cerinthians, etc. As the debate is now in print, further comment on this would not be necessary.
New Epicureans, who teach that the soul is mortal, and the Cerinthians; who rehashes all the old heresies condemned more than a thousand years ago, etc.
And so again, though in a less degree, the disputes with Cerinthians, with Ophites, with
Philastriuss informs us that the Cerinthians did not receive this book.
What were the heresies of the Docetae, or the Cerinthians, or the Montanists, compared with the scoffing, ribald infidelity which reared itself up in the bosom of the Church a hundred and fifty years ago?
The radical Cerinthians and the Marcionites were especially energetic baptisers of the dead.