Eunomios

   Chief proponent of a form of Arianism (q.v.) that taught that the Son was created as an intermediate divinity without a human nature, and with only a resemblance to God the Father. Eunomios was exiled by Constantius II (q.v.), recalled by Julian (q.v.), and exiled again by Theodosios I (q.v.). He was a disciple of the Arian theologian Aetios (q.v.).

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