Arianism (Q83922)

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nontrinitarian Christological view, attributed to Arius (c. 256–336), that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, a creature begotten at some time by—and thus distinct from and subordinate to—the Father, who is nevertheless also God (i.e. God the Son)
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Arianism
nontrinitarian Christological view, attributed to Arius (c. 256–336), that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, a creature begotten at some time by—and thus distinct from and subordinate to—the Father, who is nevertheless also God (i.e. God the Son)

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