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Definition of patripassian

patripassian
Monarchian Mo*nar"chi*an, n. (Eccl. Hist.) One of a sect in the early Christian church which rejected the doctrine of the Trinity; -- called also patripassian.
Patripassian
Patripassian Pa`tri*pas"sian, n. [LL. Patripassiani, pl.; L. pater father + pati, passus, to suffer: cf. F. patripassiens.] (Eccl. Hist.) One of a body of believers in the early church who denied the independent pre["e]xistent personality of Christ, and who, accordingly, held that the Father suffered in the Son; a monarchian. -- Pa`tri*pas"sian*ism, n.

Meaning of patripassian from wikipedia

- In Christian theology, historical patrip****ianism (as it is referred to in the Western church) is a version of Sabellianism in the Eastern church (and...
- Monarchianism is a Christian theology that emphasizes God as one person, in direct contrast to Trinitarianism which defines God as three persons coexisting...
- the ominous, drone-based round "Twilight Twilight Nihil Nihil", and "Patrip****ian", backed mainly by a heavily treated loop[citation needed] of Carlo Gesualdo's...
- Sabellianism is the western Church heresy equivalent to the eastern historic Patrip****ianism, which are both forms of theological modalism. Sabellianism is the...
- named Noetus who had been promoting Patrip****ian views, which Hippolytus deemed heretical. Noetus and other Patrip****ians, such as Praxeas (see above, in...
- Athinganoi Monophysitism Monothelitism Montanism Nestorianism Novatianism Patrip****ianism Pelagianism Semipelagianism Pneumatomachians Psilanthropism Sabellianism...
- chief critic of Sabellianism was Tertullian, who labeled the movement "Patrip****ianism", from the Latin words pater for "father", and p****us from the verb...
- correct (so long as one does not understand Modalism to be the same as patrip****ianism), and while Arius also believed that God is a singular person, Bernard...
- also. Modalistic Monarchianism is closely related to Sabellianism and patrip****ianism. Theologian and church historian Adolf von Harnack first used the term...
- Adoptionism Adoptivi Arianism Avatar Binitarianism Christology Eidolon Patrip****ianism González 2005, pp. 46–47: "A term derived from the Gr**** dokein, to...
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