Results for: Arianism

In Religion & Spirituality

Where did the Arians originate?

The word Aryan has several different definitions, ranging from linguistic to religious. However, all definitions generally originate with people of Northern India and surround (MORE)
In Germany in WW2

Who are the Arians?

Arians were nomads that settled in Iran near the river Arios. Thepeople were conquered by Alexander the Great in 330 BC.
In Geology

What is Arianism?

Arianism was an early heresy against orthodoxy in the ChristianChurch. It denied the deity of Jesus Christ stating that he was acreated being rather than a part of the Trinita (MORE)
In India

Who were the Dravidians and the Arians?

Arians are an ancient tribe living in western Afghanistan. This can be confused with Aryans, which are the people who live in Northern India. These northern Indians are lighte (MORE)
In Catholicism

What was the Arian heresy?

The late third century and early part of the fourth were a period in which members of the Church were trying to define the divinity of Jesus. Trinitarianism, the doctrine that (MORE)
In Artificial Satellites

What is an ariane?

An ariane is a rocket, built by the French-led multi-national consortium ArianeSpace.. Designed for the launch of communication satellites to geo-stationary orbits, more than (MORE)
In Catholicism

What was Arianism?

Arianism: a heresy holding that Jesus Christ was a mere created being and not equal with the Father, was and still is, rightly condemned . This heresy has been refuted early i (MORE)
In Religion & Spirituality

Who started Arianism?

A: In a way, the Christian Church was Arian until the adoption of Trinitarianism in the fourth century. The concept of Holy Trinity arose in the third century, with Tertullia (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is the Arian controversy?

The Arian controversy describes a divine philosophy and theology. According to the Arian viewpoint, "Jesus Christ was neither truly divine nor truly human, neither God nor man (MORE)
In Christianity

What is Arian Christianity?

It is also known as Arianism. This kind of Christianity believesthat Jesus Christ is not God, and there is no trinity for them.