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- n. Plural form of Eudoxian.
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Eunomians or Anomœans, the Arians or Eudoxians, the semi-Arians or
On the refusal of Valens to ratify the deposition and ultimate banishment of the Anti-Eudoxians, Eustathius went to Rome to seek communion with Liberius, subscribed the Nicene
Nicene creed in its original shape, with a formal condemnation of all the heresies, 'and specially those of the Eunomians or Anomoeans, of the Arians or Eudoxians (_Homoeans_), of the Semiarians or