Secundus of Ptolemais

Secundus of Ptolemais

Secundus of Ptolemais was a 4th century bishop, excommunicated after the First Council of Nicaea for his nontrinitarianism.

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  • First Council of Nicaea — Date 325 AD Accepted by Anglicans Assyrian Church of the East Calvinists Eastern Orthodox Lutherans Old Catholics Oriental Orthodox Roman Catholics Previous council None Next coun …   Wikipedia

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  • Theōnas — (Theon), war im 4. Jahrh. Bischof von Marmarica u. mit dem Bischof Secundus von Ptolemais der einzige der ägyptischen Geistlichkeit, welche entschieden zu Arius hielten; er wurde 325 auf dem Concil zu Nicäa abgesetzt u. verbannt; Constantin der… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Arius — • An heresiarch, born about A.D. 250; died 336 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Arius     Arius     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • First Council of Nicaea —     The First Council of Nicaea     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The First Council of Nicaea     First Ecumenical Council of the Catholic Church, held in 325 on the occasion of the heresy of Arius (Arianism). As early as 320 or 321 St. Alexander,… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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