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Arius

Definition of the noun arius

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noun - plural: -

  1. a Greek who was a Christian theologian active in Alexandria and who was declared a heretic for his doctrines about God (which came to be known as Arianism) (256?-336)
  2. type genus of the Ariidae: sea catfishes

Person

Who is Arius?

Arius a.k.a. Henri Arius was an actor.

Characters

  1. Arius is a fictional film character.
  2. Arius is a fictional character from the 2012 comedy film Milkshake.

Writings

"Arius" is a book by Rowan Williams.

  • also known as "Arius: heresy and tradition"
  • subjects: Philosophy, Christianity, History, 4th century, Theology, Christian theology, Religion

Phrases with Arius

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  5. Arius sona
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  7. Arius arius
  8. Arius Couma
  9. Arius Dovii
  10. Arius Dowii
  11. Arius Fangi
  12. Arius felis
  13. Arius gigas
  14. Arius Henni
  15. Arius jella
  16. Arius nella
  17. Arius nenga
  18. Arius oetik
  19. Arius sagor
  20. Arius Spixi

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Arius

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Google previewThe Blackwell Companion to Christian Ethics (2011)

by Stanley Hauerwas, Samuel Wells

Williams's Arius is a case-study of the limiting of argument and conversation: it shows the tragic costs that being constructive and exploratory exact if such limitation is done by fearful, premature excommunication and expulsion rather than with ...

Google previewThe Oxford Handbook of Martin Luther's Theology (2014)

by Robert Kolb, Irene Dingel, Lubomír Batka

Arius is the most prominent representative of this view. Theologia crucis/ Theology of the cross: Luther's designation for a hermeneutical framework that accentuated the distinction of the hidden and revealed God, the necessity of trust rather ...

Google previewConnections, A World History, Volume 1 (2016)

World history, World history by CTI Reviews

CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS: KEY TERMS, PEOPLE, PLACES, CONCEPTS Arius: Arius is a genus of catfishes (order Siluriformes) of the family Ariidae. The genus Arius is distributed in brackish and fresh waters of Eastern Africa and south to ...

Google previewThe Collapse of Rome (2013)

Marius, Sulla and the First Civil War by Gareth C. Sampson

arius is an intriguing figure, first appearing in Spain serving under Sertorius, as a quaestor in 76BC.All we have asbackground forthat man isthathe was a senator who hadfled to Sertorius, but cruciallywedo not know when.1 The obvious ...

Google previewOne Faith, Many Faithful (2012)

Short Takes on Contemporary Catholic Concerns by William J. Byron

The struggle for the acceptance of the orthodox faith as defined by the first ecumenical Council of Nicea in 325 against Arius is the overarching context for considering St. Basil's comments about faith.

Google previewBiographical Dictionary and Synopsis of Books (1902)

Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner

Arius is the protagonist on one side; and Athanasius, a brilliant young archdeacon, is secretly employed by Constantine to crush him. After Constantine has vanquished Licinius (thus establishing the supremacy of the Western Empire ), and ...

Google previewLibrary of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern: Synopses of noted books. General index (1902)

by Charles Dudley Warner, John William Cunliffe

Arius is the protagonist on one side; and Athanasius, a brilliant young archdeacon, is secretly employed by Constantine to crush him. After Constantine has vanquished Licinius (thus establishing the supremacy of the \Vestern Empire ), and ...

Google previewLibrary of the world's best literature, ancient and modern (1898)

by Charles Dudley Warner

Arius is the protagonist on one side; and Atha- nasius, a brilliant young archdeacon, is secretly employed by Constantine to crush him. After Constantine has vanquished Licinius (thus establishing the supremacy of the Western Empire ), and ...

Google previewWarner's Synopsis of Books Ancient and Modern (1910)

by Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, Charles Dudley Warner, George Henry Warner

Arius is the protagonist on one side; and Atha- nasius, a brilliant young archdeacon, is secretly employed by Constantine to crush him. After Constantine has vanquished Licinius (thus establishing the supremacy of the Western Empire ), and ...

Google previewLibrary of the World's Best Literature: A-Z (1902)

by Charles Dudley Warner

Arius is the protagonist on one side; and Atha- nasius, a brilliant young archdeacon, is secretly employed by Constantine to crush him. After Constantine has vanquished Licinius (thus establishing the supremacy of the Western Empire ), and ...

Google previewA Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern: Synopses of noted books (1897)

by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Charles Henry Warner, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle

Arius is the protagonist on one side; and Athanasius, a brilliant young archdeacon, is secretly employed by Constantine to crush him. After Constantine has vanquished Licinius (thus establishing the supremacy of the Western Empire ), and ...

Google previewA Library of the World's Best Literature - Ancient and Modern - Vol.XLIV (Forty-Five Volumes); Synopses of Famous Books (2008)

by Charles Dudley Warner

Arius is the protagonist on one side; and Atha- nasius, a brilliant young archdeacon, is secretly employed by Constantine to crush him. After Constantine has vanquished Licinius (thus establishing the supremacy of the Western Empire ), and ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, 2 Volume Set (2010)

by John Anthony McGuckin

the combination of these two phrases at Nicea effectively ruled out Arius' ...

Google previewA Philosophical Dictionary (1824)

by Voltaire

Arius has, even at this ...

Google previewA New and General Biographical Dictionary (1795)

Containing an ... Account of the Lives and Writings of the Most Eminent Persons in Every Nation in the World, Particularly the British and Irish

ARIUS, a divine of the fourth century, the head and founder of the Arians, a se&t which denied the eternal divinity and consubstantiality of the Word, was born in Libya, near Egypt. Eusebius, bishop of Nicomedia, a great favourite of Constantia , ...

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