Arianism, though thoroughly condemned, has had many emanations throughout history. The theology may not be the same, but the foundational ideology is that Christ did not always exist. In today's article, three modern day sources of Arianism will be discussed along with the church's Apostolic response. Arianism And The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter... Continue Reading →
Apostolic Succession and the Arian Controversy
To those who study Church history the Arians are a familiar foe of orthodoxy. The heresy came to the forefront in the 4th century, and was declared heretical at the Council of Nicea in 325 and again at the Council of Constantinople in 381. How was the proper view of Christ upheld? Was it strictly... Continue Reading →
New Podcast Episode-Christology Series Part Five: Homoosios and Christology
New Podcast Episode-Who was Arius?
Who was Arius?
Over the course of Church History there were many issues and false teaching that arose. One such false teaching involved a priest by the name of Arius. Arius was a student of Lucian of Alexandria and ordained around 311. He started to make waves when he publicly denied the teaching of the Trinity which was... Continue Reading →