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- proper n. A fourth-century Trinitarian heresy in the Christian church, claiming that the Son was "like" the Father but not of the same substance.
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Arianism, Cyril for Semi-Arianism: but this is altogether a mistake.
Nicæa, in 325, was kept alive both in its pure form and in its diluted form of Semi-Arianism by the active support of two emperors.
They composed an ambiguous creed, which is faintly tinged with the colors of Semi-Arianism, and twenty-five canons, which still regulate the discipline of the orthodox Greeks.
Semi-Arianism Masquerading as Othodoxy: A Baptist Scholar on the Trinity Weighs in On "Eternal Subordination"