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Any Arian Christians? A question.

UtherPenguin
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6/11/2016 5:48:28 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
What are Arians' opinion on the doctrines of Paul(Salvation through Christmas, abolition of Mosaic Law et cerera)? Do they differ in any significant way to Trinitrians or Catholic/Eastern Orthodox Christians?
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6/13/2016 7:09:01 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/11/2016 5:48:28 PM, UtherPenguin wrote:
What are Arians' opinion on the doctrines of Paul(Salvation through Christmas, abolition of Mosaic Law et cerera)? Do they differ in any significant way to Trinitrians or Catholic/Eastern Orthodox Christians?

Arianism was a heresy and was annihilated, the chances of finding an Arian are slim to none. Where they differ with other trinitarians is that they believe that God, the Father, is more significant than the other parts of the trinity. In a sense you could say they're nontrinitarians because they believe that the Holy Spirit and the Son are unbegotten and neither are equal to the divinity of the Father.
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6/13/2016 7:36:30 AM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/13/2016 7:09:01 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 6/11/2016 5:48:28 PM, UtherPenguin wrote:
What are Arians' opinion on the doctrines of Paul(Salvation through Christmas, abolition of Mosaic Law et cerera)? Do they differ in any significant way to Trinitrians or Catholic/Eastern Orthodox Christians?

Arianism was a heresy and was annihilated, the chances of finding an Arian are slim to none. Where they differ with other trinitarians is that they believe that God, the Father, is more significant than the other parts of the trinity. In a sense you could say they're nontrinitarians because they believe that the Holy Spirit and the Son are unbegotten and neither are equal to the divinity of the Father.

Wow that was amazing. I am learning a lot today. Yeaaaa for learning
UtherPenguin
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6/13/2016 4:52:13 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/13/2016 7:09:01 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 6/11/2016 5:48:28 PM, UtherPenguin wrote:
What are Arians' opinion on the doctrines of Paul(Salvation through Christmas, abolition of Mosaic Law et cerera)? Do they differ in any significant way to Trinitrians or Catholic/Eastern Orthodox Christians?

Arianism was a heresy and was annihilated, the chances of finding an Arian are slim to none. Where they differ with other trinitarians is that they believe that God, the Father, is more significant than the other parts of the trinity. In a sense you could say they're nontrinitarians because they believe that the Holy Spirit and the Son are unbegotten and neither are equal to the divinity of the Father.

I didn't think Arianism was completely dead, I'd see how the Romans may have wiped them out in the Eastern Empire but how did it die out with the Goths?

I guess this question would.better apply with other unitarian sects like Jehovah Witnesses
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6/13/2016 4:58:05 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/13/2016 4:52:13 PM, UtherPenguin wrote:
At 6/13/2016 7:09:01 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 6/11/2016 5:48:28 PM, UtherPenguin wrote:
What are Arians' opinion on the doctrines of Paul(Salvation through Christmas, abolition of Mosaic Law et cerera)? Do they differ in any significant way to Trinitrians or Catholic/Eastern Orthodox Christians?

Arianism was a heresy and was annihilated, the chances of finding an Arian are slim to none. Where they differ with other trinitarians is that they believe that God, the Father, is more significant than the other parts of the trinity. In a sense you could say they're nontrinitarians because they believe that the Holy Spirit and the Son are unbegotten and neither are equal to the divinity of the Father.

I didn't think Arianism was completely dead, I'd see how the Romans may have wiped them out in the Eastern Empire but how did it die out with the Goths?

I guess this question would.better apply with other unitarian sects like Jehovah Witnesses

Catholicism killed it. I think part of it was that The Christians wanted revenge from Odacer, the first king of Italy who was also an Arian. Buy the time Charlemagne came around they could definitely be considered a dead religion.
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6/13/2016 5:03:40 PM
Posted: 6 months ago
At 6/13/2016 4:58:05 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 6/13/2016 4:52:13 PM, UtherPenguin wrote:
At 6/13/2016 7:09:01 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 6/11/2016 5:48:28 PM, UtherPenguin wrote:
What are Arians' opinion on the doctrines of Paul(Salvation through Christmas, abolition of Mosaic Law et cerera)? Do they differ in any significant way to Trinitrians or Catholic/Eastern Orthodox Christians?

Arianism was a heresy and was annihilated, the chances of finding an Arian are slim to none. Where they differ with other trinitarians is that they believe that God, the Father, is more significant than the other parts of the trinity. In a sense you could say they're nontrinitarians because they believe that the Holy Spirit and the Son are unbegotten and neither are equal to the divinity of the Father.

I didn't think Arianism was completely dead, I'd see how the Romans may have wiped them out in the Eastern Empire but how did it die out with the Goths?

I guess this question would.better apply with other unitarian sects like Jehovah Witnesses

Catholicism killed it. I think part of it was that The Christians wanted revenge from Odacer, the first king of Italy who was also an Arian. Buy the time Charlemagne came around they could definitely be considered a dead religion.

Well, the only way I could get this question answered than is if I could petition the Pope to canonize Aries, then resurrect the religion then get my question answered. But first, with a hashtag

#SaintArius
#Ariusdidnothingwrong
"Praise Allah."
~YYW