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Moreover , Apollinarians , Eunomians , and Semi - arians , mustered in great
numbers at Constantinople . The Semi - arian bishops were as popular in the
neighbouring provinces , as the Arian doctrine in the capital . They had
possession of ...
THE CHURCH OF THE FOURTH CENTURY . FOUR VH CENTURY istics of the
Apollinarians , Manichees , and Pelagians ; Tichonius the Donatist was
distinguished in biblical interpretation ; the Semi - arian and Apollinarian leaders
not to mention the Arianism of the Eastern Empire in the fourth century , the whole
of the West was possessed by the same ... No heresy has started with greater
violence or more sudden success than the Arian ; and it presents a still more ...
The least that could be expected was , that an Arian ascendency established
through the extent of Italy would provide for the sufficient celebration of the Arian
worship , and we hear of the Arians having a Church even in Rome . The rule of
The Arians seem never to have claimed the Catholic name . ... of our religion very
Catholic ; " and whom the husband matched at table with his own Arian presbyter
, " that there might be the priests of each religion ” in their house at once .
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