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Pneumatomachians

Pneumatomachian (Christian heretic), (“Opponents of the Spirit”), any of the click on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary.

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Early Christian Creeds and Controversies in the Light of the Orality
The Role of the Holy Spirit in the Anaphoras of Byzantine St. Basil
Alexandrian anaphora, he was deep into the Pneumatomachian controversy. 3. The.
74 Defending the Holy Spirit's Deity: Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of
and the Pneumatomachian. Controversy of the 4th Century1. Michael A.
On St. Basil the Great
fought the heresies of the Arians and Pneumatomachians (translated, this means, “those against the Holy Spirit”), which both threatened to take.
ST 303 – Triune God
century who said it was the. Father who suffered. Perichoresis – the reciprocal presence and interpenetration of the divine persons.

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Macedonians (religious group) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The sect's members were also known as pneumatomachians, the “spirit fighters.
CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pneumatomachi
Pneumatomachian (Christian heretic) -- Britannica Online
Councils of Constantinople
After this the pneumatomachians (literally "Spirit-fighters") appeared within the homoiousion party.
Concordia Series 1, Post 11: The Tropici and Pneumatomachians

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