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Antonyms for Arianism

heretical doctrine taught by Arius that asserted the radical primacy of the Father over the Son

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Arians said Stanton, who will not be in uniform, ''is close, but there's no way I'm risking it.
The Arians Foundation, whose motto is “A Voice For The Children”, aims to prevent the abuse of neglected children.
Except the first Saturday of each month," Arians says, "we take that week to go camping with our daughter.
Arians took over for Chuck Pagano early in the season, so Pagano could under-go treatments for leukemia.
Arians, fired after three seasons as the Cleveland Browns' offensive coordinator, will coach wide receivers.
Those born under the sign of the bull tended to be self-indulgent and materialistic, while Arians may have been borrowing to fund their love of exploration and adventure, the bank said.
Richard Rubenstein's self-revealing preface discloses the mixed feelings that for a time prevented him from finishing this book about the fourth-century Arian controversy: "What business (does) an American Jew have writing about the divinity of Jesus Christ?
If all things go well," Arians optimistically said.
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.
Naturally, he penned much against the Arians, both homilies and narratives, while showing a willingness to clarify and compromise over the semantic controversies of Homoiousion ("of like substance"), Homoousion ("consubstantiality"), Hypostasis ("person"), and Ousia ("substance").
Assuming Basil's mantle, he (with Gregory Nazianzen) routed the Arians at the Ecumenical Council (Constantinople, May-July 381).
The Arian Silver Board would like to thank Messrs Rodz and Laing for their past service, and to recognise their valuable contribution to the development of the Company.
Jim Williams, Chief Executive Officer of Arian Silver, commented:
The Council of Nicaea has been a traditional watershed for ecclesiastical history, if not Christian identity itself, but for the past twenty-five years "the Arian controversy" has been in the grip of revisionism, according to which many theological conflicts happened but most of them had little to do with the historical Arius.