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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Note (112.) to "History of the 'Christian' Trinity - HIST)"

112. "What is certain is ... that he [Eusebius of Caesarea] was sympathetic with Arius in the latter's dispute with the Bishop of Alexandria, and that he was embarrassed by the final recension of his Caesarean creed adopted at Nicaea. Later also Eusebius sided with the Arian faction ... 'his acts.' wrote Neuman, 'are his confession.'" - An Encyclopedia of Religion, pp. 260-261. (Also see Encyclopedia Americana, p. 250, v. 2, 1957.)

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