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Arians

4th-century heretical sect; denied Christ’s divinity. [Christian Hist.: Brewer Note-Book, 43]
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Apart from what remains of the Arian historian Philostorgius, our knowledge of Arius and his teachings comes largely from his enemies, principally Athanasius and the later church historians.
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Being exiled to the East (356) by the Arian emperor Constantius II allowed him to acquire full details of the Council of Nicaea (325) and current Greek theology, writing the first three (of twelve) books of his masterpiece, On The Trinity, and so impressively defending orthodoxy at the Council of Seleucia (359) that Constantius, fearing his influence, recalled him in 360.
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