Top 10 similar words or synonyms for origenists

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for origenists

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Venerius (bishop of Milan) Venerius is also known from a letter written to him by Pope Anastasius I concerning the condemnation of the ideas of the Origenists. He is also mentioned in a letter of the same pope to John II, Bishop of Jerusalem.
Sabbas the Sanctified A strenuous opponent of the Monophysites and the Origenists, he tried to influence the emperors against them by calling personally on Emperor Anastasios I at Constantinople in 511 and on Justinian I in 531.
John II, Bishop of Jerusalem The first time was in the frame of the first polemic with Origen's followers, and is narrated mainly in Jerome's treatise dedicated to Pammachius ""Contra Ioannes Hierosolymitanum (Against John of Jerusalem)"", as well as in other letters of Jerome (n. 51, 82 and 86). Jerome accused John of supporting the ideas of the Origenists.
Homoiousian The term "homoiousion" was also preferred by many Origenists over the term "homoousion" because they felt it left "more room for distinctions in the Godhead". Another consideration may have been the association of the term "homoousion" with Paul of Samosata and with Gnosticism.
Orosius The visit to Palestine had a double purpose: Orosius wanted to discuss a number of theological topics with Saint Jerome, particularly those relating to the soul’s origins, and Saint Augustine wanted closer ties with the thinker and to gather information regarding the Priscillianists, Origenists and the Pelagian heresy.
Only-begotten Son There is also a tradition that Emperor Justinian is the person responsible for the hymn's spread and popularity. During the controversy caused by the Origenists, Emperor Justinian declared that this hymn should be sung in all Christian Churches. Due to this tradition, the hymn is sometimes referred to as "Justinian's Hymn".
Abila (Decapolis) The names of three of its bishops are given in extant contemporary documents. In 518, Solomon signed the synodal letter of Patriarch John of Jerusalem Severus of Antioch. Nicostratus signed the acts of the synod of the three Palestine provinces that Patriarch Peter called in 536 against Patriarch Anthimus I of Constantinople. Alexander was deposed in 553 for refusing to sign the decisions of a council of Jerusalem against the Origenists; exiled to Constantinople, he died there in an earthquake in 557.
Apocatastasis Konstantinovsky (2009) states that the uses of "apocatastasis" in Christian writings prior to the Synod of Constantinople (543) and the anathemas (553) pronounced against "Origenists" and Evagrius Ponticus were neutral and referred primarily to concepts similar to the general "restoration of all things spoken" ("restitutio omnium quae locutus est Deus") of Peter in Acts 3:21 and not for example the universal reconciliation of all souls which had ever been.
Epiphanius of Salamis While Epiphanius often let his zeal come before facts – he admits on one occasion that he writes against the Origenists based only on hearsay ("Panarion", Epiphanius 71) – the "Panarion" is a valuable source of information on the Christian Church of the fourth century. It is also an important source regarding the early Jewish gospels such as the Gospel according to the Hebrews circulating among the Ebionites and the Nazarenes, as well as the followers of Cerinthus and Merinthus.
Synod of the Oak In the year 402, Theophilus had been summoned by the emperor to Constantinople to apologize before a synod, over which Chrysostom would preside, on account of several charges which were brought against him by certain Egyptian monks, especially by the so-called four "Tall Brothers". Theophilus, their former friend, had suddenly turned against them, and had them persecuted as Origenists. Placing himself at the head of soldiers and armed servants Theophilus marched against the monks, burned their dwellings, and ill-treated those whom he captured.