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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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Typically challenging is the presentation of the homoean campaign of 385/6 as a `religious revival' (203), and of its leader, the second Auxentius, as an `Arian evangelist' (209); by emphasizing the `tremendous surge' (153) in the numbers of Milanese homoeans after an `influx of refugees' (139, 144) from Illyricum some years earlier, meanwhile, Williams explains the struggle essentially in terms of this swollen congregation's demand for suitable accommodation.
He has amply succeeded in his declared intention of rescuing Ambrose from the hagiographers, and the western homoeans from their vituperators.