from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One of an extreme sect of Arians in the fourth century, who held that the Son is of an essence not even similar to that of the Father (whence their name), while the more moderate Arians held that the essence of the Son is similar to that of the Father, though not identical with it. Also called Aëtian, Eudoxian, and Eunomian.


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