Definition of Arianist
1. Noun. An adherent of Arianism (the belief that Jesus Christ was not truly God).
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Literary usage of Arianist
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1. Linguistic and Oriental Essays: Written from the Year 1840-1903 by Robert Needham Cust (1880)
"Section, Arian: President, Benfey, arianist, German ; Vice-President, Ascoli, ... Italian; Secretaries, Da Cunha, arianist, Indian, and Pulle, ..."
2. Church and State: Their Relations Historically Developed by Friedrich Heinrich Geffcken (1877)
"He could not regard himself ns a subject either of the heathen or of the arianist German monarchs, still less of the municipality of Eome; while, ..."
3. War and Religion: A Sociological Study by Eli Mayer (1918)
"One could devote much space to these factional struggles that marked the early days of the Church. The arianist ..."
4. Two Thousand Years with the Word by Chiang H. Ren (2000)
"arianist Christianity then spread to the Visigoths. Basil the Great expanded the role of monasteries in the East to treat the sick, help the poor, ..."