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Arius (AD ca. 250 or 256 - 336) was a Christian priest from Alexandria, Egypt in the early fourth century whose teachings were deemed heretical by the Catholic Christian Church for his non-Trinitarian view.


  • If God and Christ were equal then Christ should be called God's brother, not God's Son.

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